Thirty-one Pennsylvania counties stand to lose at least $1 million in federal subsidies for rural high-speed internet:

Indiana: $13 million

Somerset: $11 million

Warren: $11 million

Clearfield: $8.7 million

Lycoming: $7.9 million

Washington: $7.2 million

Huntingdon: $6.7 million

Centre: $6.6 million

Crawford: $4.8 million

Erie: $4.3 million

Clinton: $4.1 million

Venango: $3.9 million

Cambria: $3.5 million

Westmoreland: $3.2 million

Forrest: $3 million

Jefferson: $2.9 million

York: $2.5 million

Snyder: $2.4 million

Wayne: $2.3 million

Blair: $2.2 million

Fayette: $2.2 million

Mercer: $2 million

Schuylkill: $1.9 million

Columbia: $1.8 million

Tioga: $1.8 million

Mifflin: $1.5 million

Chester: $1.4 million

Lebanon: $1.2 million

Clarion: $1 million

Beaver: $1 million

Allegheny: $1 million


Source: Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission

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