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Iowa Congressional Representative Cindy Axne and Federal Communications Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel hosted a roundtable discussion on expanding access to rural broadband in Indianola Thursday.

Wi-Fi enabled school buses. Hot spots available for check out at local libraries. And allowing college students to use Pell Grant money not just to buy a computer, but also to pay for the Wi-Fi they use to connect to the Internet.

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Iowa Congressional Representative Cindy Axne at a roundtable discussions on expanding access to rural broadband Thursday.

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Federal Communications Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel listens to a speaker in a roundtable discussion on expanding access to rural broadband in Indianola Thursday.

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Iowa Congressional Representative Cindy Axne and Federal Communications Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel hosted a roundtable discussion on expanding access to rural broadband in Warren County Thursday.

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