Campbell Applauds Internet Expansion Throughout North Louisiana

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More than 54,000 rural homes and businesses in North Louisiana will gain access to high-speed Internet service thanks to $22 million in federal funding, according to Public Service Commissioner Foster Campbell.

The “Connect America” program of the Federal Communications Commission is helping fiber, wireless and Internet providers meet the need for broadband service in unserved or underserved area of North Louisiana.

“This is good news for the people and business owners in my district,” Campbell said. “Fast and reliable internet service is critical to health care, education, commerce and public safety, as well as home entertainment.”

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