Regarding developments in the bipartisan infrastructure negotiations on broadband, ACI joined with a number of other groups calling on Congress to avoid provisions that would enact price controls, dramatically expand agency authority, and favor government-controlled internet networks. The letter also asked Congress to continue its oversight responsibilities and not abdicate them to the executive branch through agencies like the National Telecommunications and Information Association, as well as first targeting funding for broadband to locations currently without any broadband connections, as determined by Congressionally mandated FCC broadband maps.

The full letter is available here.