A local effort to overhaul a small town’s internet shows how government and the private sector can work together to get things done.
At least 20 internet service providers to offer high-speed plans for no more than $30 a month under a deal forged by the new infrastructure law.
Measure expected to provide around $5.5 billion in transportation projects to Wisconsin and a variety of other job-creating improvements.
Kriss Marion, a small-business owner and Lafayette County supervisor, writes in support of rural communities.
Justice reform, school funding, and broadband expansion are still in need of action, advocates say.
Almost 400,000 state residents lack high-speed broadband in a time when all aspects of society are becoming more dependent on it.
Stimulus funds in Biden’s American Rescue Plan credited with restoring a state budget surplus and keeping more than 2 million Wisconsin families afloat.
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