12 Million Californians Left Out of the Digital Economy

Did you know:

-30% of Californians don't have high-speed Internet and a computer at home.

-43% of rural California households don't have broadband Internet.

-57% of low-income Californians are under-connected.

This means 12 million Californians cannot adequately apply for jobs, do homework, and get health and public services online.

The Internet For All Now Act (AB 1665) provides a solution. It funds high-speed Internet infrastructure in rural areas and supports low-income people getting affordably online.

Tell your Legislators we need Internet For All Now. And please share this information with your family and friends.

 

 

12 Million Californians Left Out of the Digital Economy. Tell California Legislators to Close the Digital Divide!

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Thank you for participating in Internet For All Now. Your participation is essential in letting California Legislators know the importance of high-speed Internet for rural and low-income citizens.

Please encourage others to act by sharing via text or social media.

(a) Like our Facebook page, www.facebook.com/net4allnow

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(c) Please post using the hashtag #Internet4all or @net4allnow 

(d) Learn more at http://www.internetforallnow.org/