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Muni-Broadband Clears Hurdles In Colorado

Colorado voters in 44 cities, towns and counties have approved referenda that could pave the way for new municipal broadband networks in those areas. A 2005 Colorado law prohibits muni-broadband, unless voters approve a referendum, Ars Technica reports. Tuesday's vote gives residents the authority to move forward with muni-broadband networks, but doesn't require them to do so.

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