Fast internet a challenge in rural areas

By CHARLIE SMITH,

New law lets electric co-ops provide but costs are barrier

A new law allows rural electric cooperatives to provide broadband internet service, but doing so in sparsely populated areas may prove too expensive.

 
 
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