Arkansans Speak Out to FCC on E-Rate

The program, created in 1997, is intended to connect public venues, particularly schools and libraries, to the Internet. It costs about $2 billion per year. The FCC's proposal involves putting more money into faster Internet and tossing out obsolete technology.

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