Ga. lawmakers reject controversial broadband bill

A bill that would have restricted public investment in broadband projects in Georgia was voted down last week by the state House. The so-called Municipal Broadband Investment Act would have prohibited municipalities from launching their own services if residents had access to Internet service of at least 3 megabits per second. At least 19 states have passed laws that restrict publicly funded networks.

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