Congress Looks to Stop Waste in E-Rate Program
Since 1998, the federal E-Rate Program has spent billions of dollars to connect schools and libraries to the Internet. The FCC, which overseas the program, has found many companies are bilking the government out of millions of dollars. Congress is considering ways to stop the fraud, but some lawmakers warn the E-Rate program could be in jeopardy. Hear NPR's Claudio Sanchez.
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