Without more funding, nearly 100,000 Maine households will soon lose a federal internet subsidy 

Nearly 100,000 Mainers are expected to lose a federal internet subsidy beginning next month.

For the past three years, the Affordable Connectivity Program has provided at least $30 a month to millions of low-income households across the U.S.. But due to a lack of continued funding from Congress, the last full subsidy was issued in April, with only a potential partial discount available for some customers in May.

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