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Infrastructure Bill’s Broadband Plan Shrouded From Scrutiny

Infrastructure Bill’s Broadband Plan Shrouded From Scrutiny

WASHINGTON—Congress is poised to shield a $42 billion broadband grant program from federal transparency and privacy laws, hampering oversight of money expected to flow mostly to telecommunications companies.

In a bid to cut through red tape and speed delivery of the broadband funds, the Senate-passed Infrastructure Investment and JOBS Act includes a provision that suspends certain rules the federal government ordinarily has to follow in administering programs.

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