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WISPA and ViaSat collaborated on the attached ex parte letter, which reiterates opposition to a request by the state of New York to take funds set aside for CAF and allocate it to awardees of ...

WISPA and ViaSat collaborated on the attached ex parte letter, which reiterates opposition to a request by the state of New York to take funds set aside for CAF and allocate it to awardees of its state broadband fund.  The objections are based on a New York process that is not technology-neutral and by a concern of fundamental fairness to other states.
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