White House announces Affordable Connectivity Program; NFU offers insight

The White House has rolled out a program to help close the digital divide, by making high-speed internet more affordable. It aims to cut internet costs by up to $30 dollars a month for half of rural America.

Layla Soberanis with the National Farmers Union spoke with RFD-TV’s own Suzanne Alexander on the Affordable Connectivity Program, how farm families can have access to it, and how this will benefit rural America overall.


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