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Republican fight against metropolitan broadband heats up in Michigan

A state lawmaker in Michigan wants to forestall cities and towns from using any supervision appropriation to yield Internet service. Michigan Rep. Michele Hoitenga, a Republican from Manton, last week submitted a check that says cities and towns “shall not use any federal, state, or internal supports or loans to compensate for the cost of providing competent Internet service.”

Hoitenga is the chair of the Michigan House’s Communications and Technology committee, which will consider the bill.

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