In Congress, both parties finally agree that the United States has fallen too far behind on providing high-speed internet and that action is necessary to connect millions of Americans.
But in typical Washington fashion, how to solve the problem has become a point of contention.
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Fortunately, room for compromise is great, and Congress should work to find the middle ground for the benefit of the country.
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