Officer Robert Gutierrez shows off Gino, his canine partner, on Monday to AT&T Indiana President George Fleetwood at Jedi's Garden in Griffith.
Griffith police K-9 Officer Robert Gutierrez and Gino romp outside of Jedi's Garden before being presented inside.
The only problem with AT&T broadband service offering to get regulatory approval in rural areas is the monopoly giant will be raising its rates if not regulated. They're no different from their competitors.
AT&T may be flexing its lobbying muscle in next year's Indiana General Assembly session to put one of the finishing touches on telecommunications deregulation in the state and to limit the reach of a university consortium's super-high-speed fiber optic network.
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