Deadline Today: Urge the FCC to expand tribal broadband access

Broadband access is critical for native communities and can make the difference between poverty and their potential for prosperity. However, despite there being an outstanding rule that would aid their ability to improve connectivity on these lands, we are
deeply disappointed that the FCC has announced that they will not be considering this issue during their upcoming meeting on August 3rd.We understand that the FCC will vote on a series of items during their upcoming meeting and we urge them to include
expanding tribal broadband access is on their agenda.

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*DEADLINE EXTENDED* Urge the FCC to expand tribal broadband access

Broadband access is critical for native communities and can make the difference between poverty and their potential for prosperity. However, despite there being an outstanding rule that would aid their ability to improve connectivity on these lands, we are
deeply disappointed that the FCC has announced that they will not be considering this issue during their upcoming meeting on August 3rd.We understand that the FCC will vote on a series of items during their upcoming meeting and we urge them to include
expanding tribal broadband access is on their agenda.

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Urge the FCC to expand tribal broadband access (v. 2)

Broadband access is critical for native communities and can make the difference between poverty and their potential for prosperity. However, despite there being an outstanding rule that would aid their ability to improve connectivity on these lands, we are
deeply disappointed that the FCC has announced that they will not be considering this issue during their upcoming meeting on August 3rd.We understand that the FCC will vote on a series of items during their upcoming meeting and we urge them to include
expanding tribal broadband access is on their agenda.

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Event 7/19: U.S. Assistance to Central America–Ensuring Aid Effectiveness (v. 3)

The United States has a strong national interest in a prosperous and secure Central America. In particular, Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador are plagued by widespread corruption and pervasive violence against women and children. Good jobs are scarce
and education levels remain low. If we do not support efforts to address these problems, human smuggling and drug trafficking will continue to flourish in this region, impeding our efforts to secure our own borders.

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Urge the FCC to expand tribal broadband access

Tribal communities continue to fall far behind other segments of American society when it comes to being able to have access to broadband and telecommunications services. 85% of residents of tribal lands in rural areas lack access to broadband, as compared
to 17% of the U.S. population as a whole. The presence of broadband and increased digital connectivity in tribal areas could play a long way in revitalizing many tribal communities that are severely impacted by poverty and unemployment.

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Event 7/19: U.S. Assistance to Central America–Ensuring Aid Effectiveness (v. 2)

The United States has a strong national interest in a prosperous and secure Central America. In particular, Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador are plagued by widespread corruption and pervasive violence against women and children. Good jobs are scarce
and education levels remain low. If we do not support efforts to address these problems, human smuggling and drug trafficking will continue to flourish in this region, impeding our efforts to secure our own borders.

Read More

Event 7/19: U.S. Assistance to Central America–Ensuring Aid Effectiveness

The United States has a strong national interest in a prosperous and secure Central America. In particular, Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador are plagued by widespread corruption and pervasive violence against women and children.
Good jobs are scarce and education levels remain low. If we do not support efforts to address these problems, human smuggling and drug trafficking will continue to flourish in this region, impeding our efforts to secure our own borders.

Read More