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Constituent communications up nearly 1,000 percent

Congressional offices that are late to adopt technology are reporting greater difficulty keeping up with huge increases in constituent communications, according to a report by the Congressional Management Foundation (CMF)

Florida State Senate votes in support of the “Regulatory Reform Act.”

For Immediate Release Date: Thursday, April 28, 2011 Contact: Christina Johnson Cell: 850.339.5773 Email: [email protected] Bringing Florida’s Economy Back Online Florida Senate Passes Bill That Will Modernize Outdated Telecom Laws Tallahassee, Florida – Citizens for a Digital Future applauds Florida lawmakers for passing House Bill 1231. The Regulatory Reform Act will modernize Florida’s antiquated telecommunications laws more »

Citizens for a Digital Future and National Minority and Elder Associations Participate in Florida’s 2011 Ambassadors for Aging Day

Organizations Highlight Access to Broadband Technology for Connectivity, Education and Health Care (Tallahassee, FL) –  A diverse group of organizations representing seniors from across Florida joined together today in support of encouraging broadband competition to ensure even more applications of online accessibility for education, health care and economic development.  Citizens for a Digital Future (CDF) was more »

White Paper Finds Further Telecom Reform is Needed in Tennessee

Current System Could Be Hindering Investment (Nashville, Tennessee) – Today, Hance Haney, Director and Senior Fellow of the Technology & Democracy Project at the Discovery Institute, released a white paper that looks at hidden subsidies in the current telecommunications structure in Tennessee.  The report, “Further Telecom Reform Needed in Tennessee: Hidden Subsidies Threaten Competition and more »

Study Finds Telecom Reform Could Benefit Florida’s Economy

Florida Could See Increased Technology Investment and Job Growth (Tallahassee, FL) – Citizens for a Digital Future (CDF) hosted a press conference today during which Hance Haney, Director and Senior Fellow of the Technology & Democracy Project at the Discovery Institute, released his study “Reform Florida Telecom Law:  Regulation threatens jobs and harms consumers.” Haney’s more »

Citizens for a Digital Future Launches in Florida to Promote Access to New Technologies and Better Service for Consumers

Coalition supports policies that enable innovation SARASOTA – Today, Citizens for a Digital Future (CDF), a national coalition whose members support and advance public policies that encourage broad deployment and robust enhancement of broadband and digital technologies, launched in Florida. “In order for consumers to have access to the latest technologies and best services possible, more »

Citizens for a Digital Future Applauds Georgia General Assembly for Supporting Broadband Investment, Passage of HB 168

Bill will increase investment in broadband and bring economic growth to Georgia ATLANTA – In response to the Georgia General Assembly passage of HB 168, the Telecom Jobs and Investment Act, John Watson, Chairman of Citizens for a Digital Future, made the following statement: “Citizens for a Digital Future applauds the Georgia General Assembly for more »

Citizens for a Digital Future Commends South Carolina for Passing the Customer Choice and Technology Investment Act

Bill enables increased access to broadband, better service and job growth COLUMBIA, SC – Citizens for a Digital Future, a national coalition that supports public policies that encourage broad deployment, transparency and robust enhancement of broadband and digital technologies, commends South Carolina’s legislative leaders and Governor for passing the Customer Choice and Technology Investment Act. more »

Citizens for a Digital Future Applauds Alabama State Senate for Supporting Competition and Innovation

Consumers stand to benefit from Communications Modernization and  Lifeline Improvement Act MONTGOMERY, AL – Citizens for a Digital Future, a national coalition that supports public policies that encourage broad deployment, transparency and robust enhancement of broadband and digital technologies, commends the supporters of The Communications Modernization and Lifeline Improvement Act, SB373, which passed the Alabama more »

Citizens for a Digital Future Supports Consumer Friendly Telecommunications Policies in South Carolina

Coalition encourages broadband deployment and adoption Columbia, April 8, 2009 – Today, Citizens for a Digital Future(CDF), a national coalition whose members support consumer friendly public policies that promote adoption of and access to broadband and other digital technologies, launched in South Carolina. “Citizens for a Digital Future recognizes that many states are still operating more »