Expanding broadband to every corner of Washington topic of tour

Inslee takes 3-day trip across state to discuss increasing broadband services to all Washingtonians

Connecting small communities to the global market

Inslee met high students in Quincy who are part of the 4‑H Tech Changemakers, sponsored by Microsoft. The program works to increase access to technology, including broadband. (Office of the Governor photo)
Cody Bye, Port of Garfield County commissioner

Connectivity for the Quileutes

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From left: Utilities and Transportation Commission Chairman Dave Danner, Quileute Tribal Council Chairman Doug Woodruff, Gov. Jay Inslee, and Mark Reynolds of CenturyLink celebrate after signing a memorandum of understanding on June 15, 2018, to bring broadband service to La Push. (Office of the Governor photo)

Needs identified, progress made

Inslee met education and local leaders at Washington State University in Pullman. The governor heard how broadband access supports distance learning and telemedicine. (Office of the Governor photo)



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