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Maine’s internet access is bad. to fix it will cost millions. But the cost of not fixing it could be greater as students and work move more online. What’s your take?

With nearly 83,000 Mainers who have no access to internet, and a decade-and-a-half of attempts to get the state on the grid, Maine’s relationship with broadband is anything but stellar. But how critical do you think it is to get more Mainers connected to the internet? How could that change — or not change — how they live? Tell us in the comments below.

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