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    Gov. Janet Mills speaks to an audience Thursday at Thomas College in Waterville about the announcement that Maine will receive $5.5 million in federal money to expand affordable, reliable high-speed internet in the state. Maine is the first state to receive the money as part of the Internet for All initiative promoted by the adminstration of President Joe Biden.

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    Andrew Butcher, president of the Maine Connectivity Authority, answers questions from the media Thursday at Thomas College in Waterville.

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    Maine Gov. Janet Mills fields questions from the media Thursday during a news conference that was part of the Maine Broadband Summit at Thomas College in Waterville.

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    April McClain-Delaney, an administrator for the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, addresses the audience Thursday at Thomas College in Waterville.

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    About 75 people attended the Maine Broadband Summit on Thursday at Thomas College in Waterville. State and federal officials used the gathering as an opportunity to announce that Maine will receive $5.5 million in federal money to expand affordable, reliable high-speed internet in the state. Maine is the first state to receive the money as part of the Internet for All initiative promoted by the administration of President Joe Biden.

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    Maine Gov. Janet Mills speaks to an audience of about 75 people who gathered Thursday at Thomas College in Waterville for the Maine Broadband Summit. It was announced at the conference that Maine will receive $5.5 million in federal money to expand internet service to primarily rural and tribal communities in the state.

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