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Subject: The Cable Merger's Biggest Loser: Municipal Broadband
Date: Tue May 13 12:32:53 MDT 2014
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The Cable Merger's Biggest Loser: Municipal Broadband

If the feds allow two of the biggest cable companies to combine, municipalities would lose even more power to create high-quality, low-cost publicly owned broadband services for their citizens.

 

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