LANSING, Mich. — Michigan currently ranks 30th in the nation for broadband availability. Gov. Rick Snyder has unveiled a plan that would make universal access to high-speed internet available throughout the state.
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With an estimated 368,000 Michigan households without access to broadband, this issue is a clear and urgent priority for every Michigan resident, business, region, and community. https://t.co/WIGZ3JzzWy— Governor Rick Snyder (@onetoughnerd) August 15, 2018