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Internet Access

"Now more than ever, a large scale investment in building publicly owned and operated broadband is the best – and perhaps only – way to close Michigan’s digital divide and provide every resident with access to high-speed internet." 
~Abdul El-Sayed

In communities across the state of Michigan, people don’t have the internet access they need to thrive — at least 1.2 million Michiganders do not have access to high-speed internet. According to the FCC, there are 16 counties in Michigan where at least 50% of residents have no access to broadband, and in extremely rural areas like Lake County and Luce County, 100% of residents have no access at all. ...

"I support the MI-FI - Internet for All plan that is being suggested by Abdul El-Sayed, a Democratic Primary Election candidate for Governor."
~Ernie Whiteside