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Telecommunication trade groups have filed a lawsuit in an attempt to block a new law in New York that would force them to provide internet service to low-income customers for $15 a month.

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Governor Ned Lamont joined AARP during a virtual town hall this week about their hopes to provide all residents with high speed internet access.

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Comcast — the internet, television, telephone and wireless provider — said it will postpone its data cap rate hike until next year.

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo wants to mandate internet service providers in New York to offer high-speed internet to low-income consumers at $15 per month, and is seeking to create a fund for families that can’t afford it at that rate.

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Since the pandemic, more than 40,000 families in Connecticut received internet access. More than 140,000 laptops have been given to public school students. Governor Ned Lamont said these are steps to close the digital divide.

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