Tell Lawmakers to Expand Broadband in KY
CONNECT THE FUTURE KENTUCKY
OUR AGENDA: CONNECT MORE KENTUCKIANS AND DO IT QUICKLY
Access to reliable, high-speed internet service is more important than ever, but nearly 300,000 Kentuckians still can’t get connected. Even more lack the basic skills or technology necessary to put it to use.
Our mission is plain and simple: we seek to shape public policy to create an environment that encourages investment in expanding broadband deployment throughout Kentucky.
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Help Speed Rural Broadband Deployment in Kentucky
Common Sense Solutions
The benefits of high-speed internet are undeniable. But a series of barriers exist today that slow or prevent high-speed internet from reaching many areas. We’re calling for common-sense solutions to address financial, legal, regulatory, technological, and commercial obstacles that inhibit bringing broadband to all Kentuckians.
For example, some of the first obstacles we should tackle are the unnecessary delays and burdensome expenses associated with the process of attaching broadband infrastructure to utility poles, which is the primary means of getting high-speed internet into unserved, rural areas of Kentucky.
Addressing these types of roadblocks will help bring high-speed broadband access to more people, and will help empower Kentuckians to find the opportunities they need to thrive in the 21st Century.
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Do you want to connect more Kentuckians to the future? Do you want to strengthen our economy, expand opportunity, and usher in a better future for our commonwealth and our country?
If so, we want you to stand with us. The more leaders who get involved, the more we will accomplish, and the more good we’ll do for Kentuckians and the Commonwealth.