Missouri Farm Bureau President Garrett Hawkins Wednesday spoke to a Congressional subcommittee about the importance of broadband access for farms.
He told the U-S House panel that oversees economic development that 29 percent of American farms still don’t have good internet. He says the breakdown in the supply chain DURING COVID could be solved by broadband:
Garrett told about Missouri’s small-town challenges during the pandemic.
Hawkins represented America’s farmers – in front of a subcommittee of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.
Missouri’s Sam Graves is the Ranking Member on that committee.