President Donald Trump has signed into law a new rural wireless access bill first introduced to the U.S. House by Iowa Rep. Dave Loebsack. The Rural Wireless Access Act will require the Federal Communications Commission to develop new maps for wireless coverage, reports the Corridor Business Journal. Those maps are used to award subsidies to carriers through the Universal Service Fund, which supports communications service for low-income households or in high-cost areas. The new law will help ensure resources to improve wireless voice and mobile internet service go to areas that need it the most.