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This week, two New Mexico health care professionals, two online learning educators and a small business owner, will travel to Washington, D.C. to ask congressional leaders to support efforts to expand broadband access to rural and underserved areas.
Debra Newman, a physician’s assistant at a rural health center in Espanola, will lead the delegation.
Joining her on the trip are William Dubois, a diabetes educator and resident of Pecos Valley; Alice Hopkins-Loy, Field Manager of Fast Forward New Mexico and resident of Santa Fe and Eva Artschwager, University of New Mexico distance-learning professor and resident of San Miguel County.
Also going with the group are Ron Patel, owner of Just Dine In, an Internet restaurant-delivery business in Albuquerque.
The New Mexico delegation is traveling to speak on behalf of a coalition of local Chambers of Commerce, members of the U.S. Cattlemen’s Association, the National Grange, teachers, farmers, ranchers, small business owners, and others seeking the extension of broadband communications technology to small towns and unincorporated areas of the nation.
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