Loss of federally-subsidized internet program will affect hundreds of thousands of Mass. families

Listen to WBUR’s radio segment discussing the impact of the loss of a federally-subsidized internet program in Massachusetts. Massachusetts Law Reform Institute’s Virigina Benzan joins Mary Magner to discuss. Learn more below.

The federal Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) program, which offered qualified participants a $30 monthly benefit to help with internet bills, is winding down. What does that mean for Massachusetts families?

Mary Magner, an ACP participant in Brighton, and Virginia Benzan, of the Massachusetts Law Reform Institute, join Radio Boston to discuss.

Listen to the segment here.