DES MOINES, Iowa — President Obama will be visiting Iowa next week to discuss broadband internet.
“We appreciate that President Obama recognizes Governor Branstad’s work to make Iowa a leader in connecting its citizens, main street businesses, schools and agriculture to high-speed broadband internet,” said Jimmy Centers, Communications Director, Office Governor Terry E. Branstad and Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds. “In this legislative session, the governor will continue to aggressively pursue legislation that positions Iowa for the future by connecting every acre of the state through high-speed broadband internet.”
The Des Moines Register is reporting that the president will be in Cedar Falls, at a Cedar Falls Utilities event.