Rural internet customers charged the same for slower internet, pork giant hit with nuisance lawsuit and more

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In Monday's Money Matters, Jane King discusses how rural internet customers are charged the same as high-speed fiber customers for slower internet, a nuisance lawsuit which determined a pork giant must pay out $473 million and rising, unpredictable gas prices.

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