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Alabama is also electing to use one of the NTIA’s optional modifications to the model process.
The Alaska Broadband Office is not expecting to have any of its $1 billion BEAD allocation left over after funding new infrastructure.
American Samoa
The Biden Administration Awarded nearly $1.4 million to American Samoa in ‘Internet for All’ planning grants in May 2023.
Arizona Rep. Raúl Grijalva introduced legislation in November 2023 that would bring broadband connectivity to public parks and lakes.
Arkansas expects its $1 billion BEAD allocation will be enough to serve the 190,000 homes and businesses in the state without adequate internet.
California proposed to regard areas served by digital subscriber line and fixed wireless as ineligible for BEAD.
In response to BEAD, in 2023 Colorado passed legislation, S.B. 183, removing state restrictions on community broadband networks.
In late 2022, New Haven decided not to build its own new municipal broadband network.
Delaware was among the first five states to receive NTIA approval of Volume 1 of the state’s plan for BEAD deployment.
District of Columbia
In December 2023, the U.S. Treasury Department approved $22.5M in Capital Projects Funding to provide community connectivity.
Florida was the last state to release Volume 2 of its BEAD initial proposal on November 22, 2023.
Georgia shares concerns about broadband provided on cellular networks.

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