Maryland Gov. Wes Moore spoke on Tuesday about making internet access more affordable to residents of the state. Under the program, backed by federal dollars, Marylanders who qualify would get $30 off of home web access. Moore said that means free access with basic plans. “This type of investment and this type of partnership that we have both on the private side and on the federal side becomes so incredibly important because you can not have the infrastructure if people can not afford to benefit from it,” Moore said.
Moore announces funding to make internet access more affordable
July 19, 2023