Minnesota Invests Additional $30 Million in Broadband

ST. PAUL, MN — In his proposed 2015 budget, Minnesota Governor Dayton has asked for $30 million to expand access to broadband. This comes on top of the $20 million the state invested last year in a new Broadband Infrastructure Grant Program to help communities across Greater Minnesota gain access to high-quality broadband.

The additional $30 million will to help further expand access to reduce the number of Minnesota households (450,000) that lack access to broadband Internet at state speed goals, and to reduce the 36 percent of households in Greater Minnesota that completely lack high-speed broadband Internet access.

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