Up the Broadband Creek Without a Signal

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  1. The thing is, to get it quickly someone is going to have to lose money. This means government involvement. Either the government must force commercial companies to serve these areas through regulation, coerce them with tax-payer money, or spend that money to build the networks themselves. This is the point that keeps getting lost in the municipal broadband arguments: If the goal is universal service, tax-payer money will need to be spent one way or anther.

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