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1st state opts out of broadband public safety network

New Hampshire on Thursday became the first state to say it will reject FirstNet, the nationwide public safety communications system that's been approved in two-thirds of the rest of the … Click to Continue »
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1st state opts out of broadband public safety network

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New Hampshire is the first state to say it will opt out of the nationwide public safety communications system known as FirstNet.

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