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Half of Americans don't use broadband internet. The internet for all initiative is a massive investment of funds to expand access to high-speed internet in the world's most valuable and second most evolved digital economy. The initiative faces three problems, the first of which is the lack of a national strategy and coordination framework.

Close to half of the U.S. population is not using the internet at broadband speeds, either because broadband internet infrastructure does not reach them, they can't afford the service, or they don't know how to use it. High-speed internet access is an essential utility in the birthplace of the internet and this should not be allowed.