The states will use their funding through the Capital Projects Fund to connect more than 180,000 homes and businesses.
The authorization comes three weeks after the commission denied funding to Starlink and LTD Broadband.
Over 400,000 locations across the U.S. will get broadband in this funding wave.
Funds targeted towards internet providers in areas with poor digital access across 19 states.
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