Indiana Getting 139 Million Dollars to help Improve High Speed Internet

The federal internet money continues to come into Indiana. The state last week said it is getting 139 million dollars more to expand high-speed internet to rural parts of the state. The last round of money is on top of the 350 million dollars in broadband grants already sent to the state. All of the money is part of the state’s coronavirus stimulus allotment. 

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