Almost half of Arizonans only have one internet provider option, and nearly one-third of people in the state lack access to either broadband or any type of internet service.
In Arizona, 250 infrastructure projects have been announced so far, and more are in the works. Here’s a look at the work that’s being done in the Grand Canyon State and how it helps Arizonans.
From the American Rescue Plan to the Inflation Reduction Act, the Biden administration and Democratic leaders in Congress have passed an impressive array of bills.
Since the invasion of Ukraine in late February, Russian attempts to “attack multiple government agencies” through cyberwarfare have increased.
The benefit provides a discount of up to $30 per month toward internet service—$75 per month for households on qualifying Tribal lands or "high-cost" areas.
CARES Act funding will provide free Wi-Fi to 250,000 families who have students in 13 Phoenix school districts.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is investing $1.6 million in a project to provide more than 1,400 rural Arizonans with high-speed broadband access.
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