Published by: AP News
Quitman, GA. (February 9, 2019) – Rural Georgians who have lived for years with slow internet service are looking to state lawmakers for help.
A proposal has emerged in the General Assembly that could bring broadband service to rural areas, The Valdosta Daily Times reported.
Statewide, at least 626,070 Georgians are without access to broadband service, according to the Federal Communications Commission.
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