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Bleeding money, unable to sign up enough subscribers, and incapable of investing in new technology to attract users, Salisbury's beleaguered municipal broadband service is about to be leased to a private firm
Bleeding money, unable to sign up enough subscribers, and incapable of investing in new technology to attract users, Salisbury's beleaguered municipal broadband service is about to be leased to a private firm
 
On May 8, Salisbury voters overwhelmingly agreed on a resolution to lease the city's Fibrant broadband system to a private company
On May 8, Salisbury voters overwhelmingly agreed on a resolution to lease the city's Fibrant broadband system to a private company
 
An overwhelming 81 percent of voters in Salisbury on Tuesday said the city should lease its Fibrant broadband service to Hotwire Communications
An overwhelming 81 percent of voters in Salisbury on Tuesday said the city should lease its Fibrant broadband service to Hotwire Communications
 
Salisbury residents will vote Tuesday on whether to lease its city-owned broadband system to a private provider. Critics say it could be a case of making the best of a bad situation
Salisbury residents will vote Tuesday on whether to lease its city-owned broadband system to a private provider. Critics say it could be a case of making the best of a bad situation
 
A North Carolina municipal broadband network has made the Taxpayers Protection Alliance’s “Dirty Dozen” — 12 high-profile taxpayer-funded internet projects that have cost the public more than $2 billion
A North Carolina municipal broadband network has made the Taxpayers Protection Alliance’s “Dirty Dozen” — 12 high-profile taxpayer-funded internet projects that have cost the public more than $2 billion
 
Municipal broadband supporters are gearing up to change a law passed in 2011 that restricts how cities and towns in North Carolina can provide cable and internet services, even though the law recently was upheld by a federal appeals court
Municipal broadband supporters are gearing up to change a law passed in 2011 that restricts how cities and towns in North Carolina can provide cable and internet services, even though the law recently was upheld by a federal appeals court
 
The 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals handed the states of North Carolina and Tennessee a victory on Wednesday when it struck down a Federal Communications Commission rule that pre-empted the states' regulation of municipal broadband service within their borders
The 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals handed the states of North Carolina and Tennessee a victory on Wednesday when it struck down a Federal Communications Commission rule that pre-empted the states' regulation of municipal broadband service within their borders
 
Today, Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) issued the following statement after a federal appeals court ruling.
 
Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) and Congressman Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) today introduced legislation to prevent the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) from overriding state and local municipal broadband laws.
Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) and Congressman Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) today introduced legislation to prevent the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) from overriding state and local municipal broadband laws.
 
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