Candidate for Governor proposes Michigan wide $1.5 billion high speed internet plan

Candidate for Governor of Michigan proposes $1.5 billion statewide internet connection plan.
El-Sayed’s proposal would involve devoting “$1.5 billion to developing broadband networks through public-public partnerships,” even though that number is “probably not enough to connect all of the 250,000 households without internet.”
In Michigan, 40 percent of urban residents don’t have access to high-speed internet and the plan outlined on Monday includes funding to expand internet access in cities, where many last-mile connections have not been made.