Congress Funnels Billions to Broadband. Bureaucrats Cry for More.
Jeffrey Westling, resident fellow in technology and innovation at the R Street Institute, told the Taxpayers Protection Alliance (TPA) that he’s not against the concept of allocating taxpayer money toward broadband, given its importance in modern-day society. But he believes that spending has reached an inflection point.
“We really need to slow the roll here, and make sure we’re using the money efficiently,” he said.