The Federal Communications Commission is accepting comments through Feb. 2 on its proposal to permanently increase the $400 million annual funding cap for the Rural Health Care Program, as advocated by the AHA. Announced last month and published today, the proposed rule also seeks feedback on creating a prioritization mechanism in the event demand exceeds the annual cap, as it has for the past two years.

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