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U.S. to Invest $42 Billion in Universal Internet Access

The White House reportedly announced Monday that it plans to spend up to $42 billion to roll out internet access across the country by 2030. Reuters. The effort is part of President Joe Biden’s new economic agenda and part of his 2024 re-election campaign.

“Today, 24 million people in our country do not have access to high-speed internet, either because they cannot afford the monthly cost of a plan or because they live in areas where fiber optic networks are not yet fully connected. Vice President Kamala Harris said in a statement. “Everyone in our country should have access to high-speed internet and afford it, regardless of where they live.”

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