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Lack of high-speed Internet access proves costly to Ohio farmers

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio farmers are complaining that they lack one major tool to help them stay competitive — high-speed or reliable dial-up Internet access.

Poor connections are "a major challenge to people who want to live in rural areas and still have some capabilities," said state Sen. Joy Padgett, a Republican from Coshocton. "Technology is no longer an option. It's an absolute necessity."


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