By Drew Clark, Editor, BroadbandCensus.com
WASHINGTON, July 17 - Communications Workers of America this past week teamed up with a group of telecommunications companies, cable operators and non-profit groups to push for Congress to pass broadband data legislation.
In a Friday letter and a Monday press release, the groups wrote “to express [their] strong support for Congressional action to promote greater availability and adoption of broadband high-speed Internet services.”
They want “a national policy” to encourage more broadband deployment, and they cite economic statistics about broadband’s potential.
And, as a first step, these companies and CWA want Congress to pass the Broadband Census of America Act, H.R. 3919, or the Broadband Data Improvement Act, S. 1492.
Curiously, last month another large coalition announced a similar campaign. They call themselves Internet for Everyone.
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