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MARYVILLE, MO (2009-08-14) Missouri Governor Nixon is seeing 142 million dollars in Federal Stimulus Cash to expand Broadband Internet Access to rural portions of Missouri.
If approved about 91% of Missouri's population would have Internet Access. The Governor's spokesman Scott Holste says rural areas would be able to catch up. The company "Show Me Technologies" would do the work, laying about 2,500 miles of Fiber Optic Cable and constructing 200 Broadband Towers around the State. The Federal Government will announce in December which states will get Stimulus Money.
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