The fight for rural broadband is not over


Somewhere in Colorado, a farmer can lose tens of thousands of dollars in one day, a broken hip can take a week to get the right diagnosis and children flock to schools at night. Not because they want to and not for after-school activities. They flock to the schools because they live in rural Colorado and the only Internet reliable enough to finish their work is at school. The stories prior also take place in rural Colorado; they, too, were caused by poor Internet.

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