Rural internet access in southwestern Wisconsin

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White House advisor Tom Perez (center) at round table discussion at Dairyland Power Cooperative. Photo courtesy: Dairyland Power Cooperative Facebook

Nearly $15 million will go a long way toward securing high-speed internet access in rural southwestern Wisconsin, according to White House Director of Intergovernmental Affairs Tom Perez. The former Secretary of Labor was at Dairyland Power Cooperative in La Crosse to promote the Biden administration’s Internet for All initiative. Perez spoke with WPR’s Ezra Wall.

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  • Ezra Wall Host
  • Ezra Wall Producer

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