The headlines underscore the massive challenges ahead of us: 1 in 5 California students lack computers and Wi-Fi. Coronavirus exposes L.A.’s economic and racial digital divide. Depression-era jobless rates loom. None of us could have imagined when the governor laid out his visionary Broadband for All initiative in November how quickly we would be confronted with the stark reality that millions of Californians remain on the wrong side of the Digital Divide. This is the time to act to create a fully digital state capable of educating our children, delivering health care and providing a pathway to economic recovery for all. For broadband access delayed is access denied.