Michael Liimatta (right) of Connecting for Good said a dispute between Sprint and a low-cost Internet service provider could sever the online access of 150 area families who live below federal poverty levels.
Michael Liimatta (right) of Connecting for Good said a dispute between Sprint and a low-cost Internet service provider could sever the online access of 150 area families who live below federal poverty levels. Shane Keyser skeyser@kcstar.com
Michael Liimatta (right) of Connecting for Good said a dispute between Sprint and a low-cost Internet service provider could sever the online access of 150 area families who live below federal poverty levels. Shane Keyser skeyser@kcstar.com

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