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Coronavirus made working from home the new normal. So the FCC is giving us a new Wi-Fi lane

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Coronavirus made working from home the new normal. So the FCC is giving us a new Wi-Fi laneThe need for workers to stay home during the coronavirus pandemic has persuaded the FCC to expand the WiFi spectrum for the first time in 20 years.
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Students will face a new reality when they go back to school. After months of social distancing and other changes in behavior, what will classrooms look like? CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.

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