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Some rural Texans could lose phone and internet service after the Public Utility Commission slashed subsidies that help providers offer service in sparsely populated areas. Money flows into the Universal Service Fund, which the commission oversees, from a 3.3% tax on voice calls. But a shift to internet-based phones has decreased the number of voice calls, depleting the fund. Some have called for an increase in the tax. Would you support that approach?