States couldn't afford to wait for the FCC's broadband maps to improve. So they didn't - CNET

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Three years ago, Georgia state officials knew they had a problem. The state needed federal funding to bring broadband to unserved parts, but no one knew where those gaps actually were. The US Federal Communications Commission maps werent precise enough , and Georgia didnt have any of its own. So those officials decided to build their own maps. The state legislature formed the Georgia Broadband...

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