Last fall, members adopted a position to close the digital divide, improve affordable connectivity, and provide developmentally appropriate devices to students. Nancy Chamberlain shared the overall goal with the Senate Environment, Energy & Technology Committee here, while Tori Emerson shared a more localized story with committee members, heard here. The bill they were testifying on is ESHB 1336, a bill that would authorize retail sales authority for broadband to PUDs and ports.
Supporting digital equity remains WSPTA priority
Category: Advocacy , Legislative
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