HeadLocke 044: Local governments limit broadband improvements

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HeadLocke 044: Local governments limit broadband improvements

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Broadband would continue to get better, faster, and cheaper if local governments stopped getting in the way. That’s one of the messages American Enterprise Institute Visiting Scholar Roslyn Layton conveys in a recent AEI report. Mitch Kokai and John Locke Foundation President and CEO Kory Swanson chat with Layton about her work. They discuss the steps governments can take to improve the environment for broadband development.

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