ACP Sunset: FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel yesterday sent letters to several members of Congress outlining the final stages of the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), noting that 23 million low-income households are about to lose their $30 monthly discount on their broadband service. She said full funding will stop in April while leftover funds will be used to partially reduce May bills if the ISP elected to participate in partial reimbursement. The May discount will range from $7 and $16. “Absent additional funding from Congress, the program will close. There will be no further ACP benefit after May,” she said. ISPs in the program and the Universal Service Administrative Co., which runs the ACP for the FCC, are sending out notices to alert beneficiaries of the program’s closure. “These notices are required to help ACP households avoid service disruption and bill shock following the loss of the support provided by the program,” she said. Lawmakers sent the letter included Senate Commerce Committee Chairwoman Maria Canwell (D-Wash.) Commerce Ranking Member Sen. Ted Cruz (D-Texas), House Energy and Commerce Committee Chair Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-Wash.) and Energy and Commerce Ranking Member Rep. Frank Pallone (D-N.J.)