How much each state gets in federal broadband grant money

Nineteen states, led by Texas, will receive more than $1 billion each.
FILE – Travis Sheetz, a worker with the Mason County (Wash.) Public Utility District, installs fiber optic cable on a utility pole, Aug. 4, 2021, near Belfair, Wash. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren, file)

The waiting is over for state broadband offices that have anxiously wondered how much money they will get as part of the federal government’s multi-billion-dollar grant program to expand access to high-speed internet.

The White House on Monday announced each state’s allocation as part of the $42.5 billion Broadband Equity Access and Deployment program, which is a component of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. Grants will also go to Washington, D.C., and five territories.

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