Ambitious Plan Would Bring Statewide Public Broadband to Michigan [telecom]

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"Mi-Fi" would treat the Internet like a utility instead of a commodity.

By David Grossman

A gubernational candidate in Michigan wants the entire state to have
free, publicly owned Internet. Abdul El-Sayed, running as Democrat in
this fall's election, calls it "Mi-Fi."

Public networks are an idea that has been growing in both political
parties. In January, there were rumors that President Trump was going
to push for a nationalized 5G network outside of private control, that
idea has yet to formally materialize on the national scale.

Bill Horne
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