President Obama is right in calling attention to the importance of investment in infrastructure to stimulate the economy, create jobs, and lead to improved American competitiveness.
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Our nation’s broadband networks need high levels of investment to bring increased speeds and greater competition.
President Obama has appropriately focused on the importance of investment in infrastructure to stimulate the economy, create jobs and lead to improved American competitiveness.
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