[CalFiber] CalFiber Digest, Vol 14, Issue 1

Marvin Deon mdeon at commonsense.org
Wed Jun 2 15:35:26 PDT 2021


Hi all,
In recent history, these types of details have been negotiated between the
big 3 (Assembly Dems, Senate Dems, Governor) and adopted wholesale in a
subsequent budget hearing.  If there are specific questions, I can go into
more depth on a call.

On Wed, Jun 2, 2021 at 12:00 PM <calfiber-request at lists.eff.org> wrote:

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>    1. Senate/Assembly agreement on budget (Ernesto Falcon)
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> Won't be able to dig into the details but the gist of it is the money is
> being approved ($7 billion) with details to be worked out over the coming
> months. So the fight goes on, but the dollar amount is there. On page 12
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> Broadband. Appropriates $7 billion over a multi-year period for broadband
> infrastructure and improved access to broadband services throughout the
> state. Details will continue to be worked out through three party
> negotiations. Administrative flexibilities will enable the appropriated
> funds to be accelerated to ensure they are available as needed to fund the
> expansion and improvements.
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> Marvin, what does that "details" part look like? Is it all within the
> budget committees or within the telecom committees going forward?
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> https://abgt.assembly.ca.gov/sites/abgt.assembly.ca.gov/files/Subcommittee%20Report%20of%20the%202021-22%20Budget%20%28June%201%2C%202021%29.pdf
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> Ernesto Omar Falcon
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> They are seeking comments on the USC, Greenlining, and CWA studies on
> digital redlining. EFF has commented on all three of these in the past and
> will file something later this month.
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> Parties are asked to submit comments by July 2, 2021. The deadline for
> reply comments is July 19, 2021.
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> https://docs.cpuc.ca.gov/PublishedDocs/Efile/G000/M385/K618/385618661.PDF
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*Marvin J. Deon II*

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