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Here’s what you need to know about the bill that was passed last week to pay for the new $50 billion National Broadband Plan.
Here’s why you should be keeping an eye on what happens next.
First, it’s important to understand what’s happening right now.
The first part of the bill includes a $50 million loan to encourage the deployment of fiber optic networks, as well as incentives for companies to build out more broadband infrastructure.
But the real action begins with the provision that makes the loan available to the states.
In other words, if you live in a state that isn’t covered by the loan, you’ll be able to receive a loan to cover your Internet bill.
So you don’t need to pay any additional taxes.
If you live outside of a state where there’s no loan available, you could get a partial loan to pay off your existing bill.
The second part of that bill, which is a bill that has yet to be formally released, also extends the $50-million loan.
The money comes from the National Broadfield Communications Assistance Fund, which was set up to help states in 2017.
So, the first bill that passed allows states to borrow $50M from this fund.
The second bill gives states $100M from the fund, which allows them to spend up to $100,000 per state per year on broadband.
So, this bill is basically a loan for broadband.
In the long term, you’re essentially paying for the deployment.
And the first part was to help support the deployment, but this second part will help pay for it.
It’s a really important piece of the overall infrastructure bill.
Now, this second $50B loan comes with some strings attached.
The states will need to make the investments they’re asking for.
So far, some states have asked for as much as $60B in loans, but the White House has said that the total amount will be somewhere in the neighborhood of $70B.
That means that, in order to actually get broadband to all Americans, you have to borrow some money, and if you don the money will go to states that don’t have it.
This is a good deal, but it’s not perfect.
First, it makes the deal even more complicated.
The $50bn loan is not indexed to inflation, so states can’t expect to get the same interest rates that they would without the $100bn loan.
Second, the money is tied to the cost of construction and not to the rate of inflation.
If the cost keeps going up, the amount that the federal government is going to pay back will keep going up.
Third, this loan isn’t tied to a fixed funding rate, so if you have a high-speed internet connection, you might not get that much out of it.
If your home Internet service provider doesn’t have that capacity, the loan will be tied to what the government pays.
So there’s a lot of risk here.
And finally, there’s the issue of who gets to use the money.
The federal government can give out the money to states, but only if they meet certain conditions.
So the states are going to have to be able prove to the federal Government that they’re doing what they’re supposed to do.
But that’s going to be tricky.
The Federal Communications Commission is responsible for making sure that these loans are actually helping consumers, not hurting them.
If a state has to pay the government back, that will be a big deal, as it could be the difference between having to repay the loan and not having the money available to build broadband.
The bill has a few other things that could make it more difficult for states to use this money.
One of the major problems with the $70bn loan that was originally proposed was that it’s tied to something called net neutrality.
Basically, net neutrality means that ISPs are not allowed to block access to websites or charge extra for certain content.
It also means that broadband providers can’t block or slow down services.
But while net neutrality is important, it doesn’t apply to Internet service that’s already available to most Americans.
The House bill does allow for this, but there’s still a lot that needs to be resolved before this is actually applied to the broadband industry.
First of all, the FCC is still reviewing the new rules, which are likely to include an end to the FCC’s Title II authority, which gives the FCC the authority to regulate certain kinds of broadband providers, such as Comcast and Verizon.
If that’s the case, it means that the FCC could use its authority to limit the amount of money that can be distributed to states to pay broadband providers.
And if that happens, it could also mean that states would be able’t get the money they’re trying to use for broadband, because the Federal Communications Commissions’ rules still haven’t been finalized.
The other big problem is that the House bill includes provisions that