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by Eric Reinhardt
Date: 5/16/2014 at 15:56:2
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SYRACUSE — A new local coalition will advocate for broadband-Internet policies that support consumers and economic growth.
The coalition, the Alliance for Reliable, Competitive High speed Internet (ARCH), will include community members, elected leaders, and business owners.
That’s according to a joint news release from the offices of Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner and U.S. Representative Daniel Maffei (D–DeWitt).
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