In support of closing the rural connectivity gap in Texas, Glasshouse Policy partnered with AARP, the Texas State Library and Archives Commission (TSLAC), and the University of Texas Technology and Information Policy Institute to host a series of town halls and stakeholder roundtables across Texas. The goal of this initiative was to gain a shared prioritization of policy objectives among citizens and other key stakeholders across the state to provide better access to broadband internet in rural and under-connected communities in Texas. Read Glasshouse Policy’s broadband access recommendations: Policy Solutions for the 86th Texas Legislature: Recommendations to improve broadband access in rural and underserved areas across Texas.
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