When you live in rural Missouri, your options for high-speed Internet are few to none. Senator Roy Blunt is part of a group trying to change that. The Senators are are calling on Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler to move forward with the implementation of the Remote Areas Fund (RAF), a $100 million fund created by the FCC to ensure that Americans living in the most remote and unserved areas can obtain key communications services. The program aims to advance telecommunications services in rural schools, libraries and health care facilities. RAF was supposed to be implemented by the end of 2012.