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Brindisi fighting to get broadband to rural areas

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Brindisi fighting to get broadband to rural areasBrindisi puts out survey to gather data on use of broadband in rural areas.
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Brindisi fighting to get broadband to rural areas

Turnincolder for thanksgiving, with highs in the 30s with a few snow showers.

Congressman anthony brindisi is continuing his fight to get broadband into rural areas of the state.

His new approach is to survey all rural locations, and report accurate d maps to the fcc.

He's offering a broadband speed test through measurement lab and then his office will analyze the data.

You can also participate in a survey on the congressn's webte.

Ere's also a survey being mailed out.

Sot: anthony brindisi, 22nd congressnalistrict en we havthe datwe need, 're going tshow the fcc at stomers in ourural mmuniti are nogetting whatthey usinyour datand your ories, wean help fix t broadband maps e internet to our district.

Currently the fcc looks at census tracks as a gage to determine whether an area has broadband




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