Of the many divides between urban and rural America – political, cultural, sartorial – the hardest to justify may be technological. Fast internet service is a necessity of modern life, yet it is far rarer for rural residents than for city dwellers. The government can help bridge this gap. Some 39 percent of the U.S.…
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