Wyoming Broadband Summit

Michael R. Mercer of the Denver Federal Bureau of Investigation office, talks about cybersecurity on Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018, at Little America Hotel and Resort in Cheyenne. Mercer spoke during the Governor's Business Forum Broadband Summit. Blaine McCartney/Wyoming Tribune Eagle

CHEYENNE – Government leaders are moving forward on the state’s lofty broadband initiative, hoping to provide internet access to all Wyoming residents by 2025.

Speakers outlined plans to expand the state’s resources, emphasizing why the enterprise is necessary during Tuesday’s day-long Broadband Summit, part of the Governor’s Business Forum in Cheyenne.

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