States contend with short timeline to correct broadband map


              This computer screen provided by the FCC shows a draft of the Federal Communications Commission’s new broadband map, a future version of which will determine how much of a $42.5 billion federal investment in high-speed internet each state gets. The darker the blue, the better the broadband coverage. (FCC via AP)
            
              This computer screen provided by the FCC shows a draft of the Federal Communications Commission’s new broadband map, a future version of which will determine how much of a $42.5 billion federal investment in high-speed internet each state gets. The darker the blue, the better the broadband coverage. (FCC via AP)
            
              This computer screen provided by the FCC shows a draft of the Federal Communications Commission’s new broadband map, a future version of which will determine how much of a $42.5 billion federal investment in high-speed internet each state gets. The darker the blue, the better the broadband coverage. (FCC via AP)
            
              This computer screen provided by the FCC shows a draft of the Federal Communications Commission’s new broadband map, a future version of which will determine how much of a $42.5 billion federal investment in high-speed internet each state gets. The darker the blue, the better the broadband coverage. (FCC via AP)
            
              This computer screen provided by the FCC shows a draft of the Federal Communications Commission’s new broadband map, a future version of which will determine how much of a $42.5 billion federal investment in high-speed internet each state gets. The darker the blue, the better the broadband coverage. (FCC via AP)
            
              This computer screen provided by the FCC shows a draft of the Federal Communications Commission’s new broadband map, a future version of which will determine how much of a $42.5 billion federal investment in high-speed internet each state gets. The darker the blue, the better the broadband coverage. (FCC via AP)
            
              This computer screen provided by the FCC shows a draft of the Federal Communications Commission’s new broadband map, a future version of which will determine how much of a $42.5 billion federal investment in high-speed internet each state gets. The darker the blue, the better the broadband coverage. (FCC via AP)
            
              This computer screen provided by the FCC shows a draft of the Federal Communications Commission’s new broadband map, a future version of which will determine how much of a $42.5 billion federal investment in high-speed internet each state gets. The darker the blue, the better the broadband coverage. (FCC via AP)
            
              This computer screen provided by the FCC shows a draft of the Federal Communications Commission’s new broadband map, a future version of which will determine how much of a $42.5 billion federal investment in high-speed internet each state gets. The darker the blue, the better the broadband coverage. (FCC via AP)
            
              This computer screen provided by the FCC shows a draft of the Federal Communications Commission’s new broadband map, a future version of which will determine how much of a $42.5 billion federal investment in high-speed internet each state gets. The darker the blue, the better the broadband coverage. (FCC via AP)
            
              Jade Piros de Carvalho, director of the Office of Broadband Development in the Kansas Department of Commerce, discusses why communities need broadband internet service across the state while showing a map of state grants for projects, Wednesday Dec. 13, 2022, in the department's offices in Topeka, Kansas. States are facing a tight deadline for proposing corrections to the federal government's map that spells out which areas lack broadband service. (AP Photo/John Hanna)
            
              Jade Piros de Carvalho, director of the Office of Broadband Development in the Kansas Department of Commerce, responds to questions about the need for broadband internet service across the state, Wednesday Dec. 13, 2022, in the department's offices in Topeka, Kansas. States are facing a tight deadline for proposing corrections to the federal government's map that spells out which areas lack broadband service. (AP Photo/John Hanna)
            
              Jade Piros de Carvalho, director of the Office of Broadband Development in the Kansas Department of Commerce, talks about the need for broadband internet service across the state with a map of state grants for projects, Wednesday Dec. 13, 2022, in the department's offices in Topeka, Kansas. States are facing a tight deadline for proposing corrections to the federal government map that spells out which areas lack broadband service. (AP Photo/John Hanna)
            
              FILE - Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., speaks during a news conference on Sept. 20, 2022, at the Capitol in Washington. With just under a month left to submit challenges to the federal government disputing its newly released draft map displaying where internet services are available across West Virginia, state leaders say they have already found inconsistencies and are urging residents to review the maps and submit their own claims. (AP Photo/Mariam Zuhaib, File)
            FILE - Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., asks a question during a Senate Rules and Administration Committee hearing to examine the Electoral Count Act, Aug. 3, 2022, on Capitol Hill in Washington. With just under a month left to submit challenges to the federal government disputing its newly released draft map displaying where internet services are available across West Virginia, state leaders say they have already found inconsistencies and are urging residents to review the maps and submit their own claims. (AP Photo/Mariam Zuhaib, File)
States contend with short timeline to correct broadband map