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WVa Senate prioritizes broadband access over speed

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — A rare floor debate broke out in the West Virginia Senate over how a state committee should mete out future grants to improve broadband access. The Senate adopted an amendment Wednesday that tells the state's broadband counsel to prioritize Internet access for everyone before considering upgrades for some communities. Sen. Robert Plymale said that access for all must...

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