WASHINGTON -- Anthony Brindisi continues his push to hold Spectrum Cable accountable, now as a congressman.
Brindisi has invited the chairman of the FCC to visit the 22nd Congressional District to better understand the challenges and needs of rural customers.
The congressman is asking the FCC to outline a plan to hold the cable company accountable, and the steps it will take to provide access to affordable broadband.
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