Governor Matt Blunt to extend Internet Access to Rural Missourians

Governor Matt Blunt wants to wire rural Missouri. From the press release the governor's office released today:

"No Missourian should be left out of today's technology
based economy because of where they live," Blunt said. "Expanding
access to high-speed Internet in Missouri's rural communities is an
important step for economic development, agriculture and education. I
have created the Rural High-Speed Internet Access Task Force to help
ensure we are doing all we can to deliver current technology to the
doorstep of every Missourian who wants it as quickly as possible."

The governor's new Rural High-Speed Internet Access Task
Force is rooted in the fact that by combining the collective ideas of
both the government and representatives of private industry, the
technological needs of Missouri rural communities can be heard and
solutions can be reached. The governor will name members of the task
force to include:

Full Press Release Courtesy of Branson Agent