Texas Lawmakers Challenge Low-Cost Internet Access

Several municipalities in Texas want to ban free and low-cost Internet connections. Critics say the service competes unfairly with larger providers, but supporters say such services give more people access to the Internet. NPR's Laura Sydell reports.

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