Reliable high-speed Internet is crucial for rural areas Broadband internet is necessary for Ohioans to do their jobs, to participate equally in education, and receive adequate health care services. With more education and business occurring [read more]
Currently, up to 10 million American households and 400,000 schools and child care centers lack safe drinking water Ohio is estimated to have at least 650,000 lead lines, the second highest number in the country. [read more]
Ohio has one of the most heavily traveled roadway systems in the country and it is estimated that poor roads cost drivers as much as $4.7 billion in wasted fuel and lost time. According to [read more]
The largest investment in America, thanks to the current Democratic administration Even the U.S. Chamber of Commerce says investment in infrastructure is important for business and agriculture Ohio earned a C- on the 2021 American [read more]
Two of our board members spoke with Matt Hildreth, president and founder of RuralOrganizing.org and the host of “Flyover Folk” podcast (subscribe here https://www.buzzsprout.com/94324), which delves into all things rural.
In rural areas, people benefit from the U.S. Farm Bill in a couple of broad ways. First, it helps farmers weather the ups and downs of crop production and helps them insure against disasters like [read more]
Social Security in Rural Counties Now that the Republicans have passed their major tax cut bill that mainly benefits the rich and that will, by all projections, balloon the debt by a trillion dollars, there [read more]