“We don’t have people building affordable housing right now, today, that’s gonna be affordable for someone that has zero income. Is it free? If it’s not free then it’s not affordable for a lot of our folks.”
A dispute between broadband providers and railroads in Virginia is playing out in the General Assembly. And how it’s resolved could have an impact on thousands of people who are waiting for high speed internet.
Republicans in the Virginia General Assembly are hoping to pass a bill they say would give parents a choice about where to send their children to school, while Democrats say the bill would harm those it’s trying to help.