FCC starts winding down internet-affordability program as Congress scrambles for funding

Congress has until April to pass funding that helps nearly 23 million Americans access the internet.

This computer screen provided by the FCC shows a draft of the Federal Communications Commission’s new broadband map, a future version of which will determine how much of a $42.5 billion federal investment in high-speed internet each state gets. The darker the blue, the better the broadband coverage. (FCC via AP)

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