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(New York, NY) -- AARP New York today applauded Mayor Bill de Blasio’s newly announced high-speed internet expansion effort that seeks to increase the availability of affordable high-speed internet throughout New York City.
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Comprehensive Broadband Connectivity Act would have provided data to identify gaps in affordability, availability
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Also Lauds Governor Cuomo for Utility Shutoff Moratorium Plan
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Legislation Requires Statewide Analysis of Need; 1 in 4 NY Internet Users Limited by Quality, Cost, Availability
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El 41% de los hispanos/latinos y el 29% de los negros/afroamericanos citan el costo como una barrera importante, en comparación con el 21% de los blancos, según una encuesta de votantes mayores de 35 años del estado de Nueva York.
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41% of Hispanic/Latinos, 29% of African American/Blacks Cite Cost as Significant Hurdle vs. 21% of Whites, NYS 35+ Voter Survey Shows
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NYS 35+ Voter Survey: 1 in 4 Internet Users Limited by Quality, Cost, Availability at Home; 47% are Using Home Internet More than Pre-Pandemic; 87% Urge NYS to Bring High-Speed Internet to All
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