Governor Janet Mills unveiled a bill today, April 26, that will broaden access to high speed internet for Maine. The bill will help distribute nearly $130 million dollars of federal money to expand broadband.
Gov. Janet Mills and legislative leaders are coming together in Augusta Monday to unveil a plan to expand broadband internet access across the state. https://t.co/xs7feZdXlF
— WABI_TV5 (@WABI_TV5) April 26, 2021
“High-speed internet is as fundamental as electricity, heat, and water. It is no longer a luxury; it is a necessity,” @GovJanetMills said. “We need to have affordable, high-speed internet throughout our state, and with willpower, we will get there.” https://t.co/3BweSsRkho
— NEWS CENTER Maine (@newscentermaine) April 26, 2021
Gov. Janet Mills debuted a nearly $130 million proposal to improve Maine’s high-speed internet access and restructure its governing agency on Monday.https://t.co/lC2R2v60gW
— Bangor Daily News (@bangordailynews) April 26, 2021