Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman said he would ask the Legislature for $9 million to connect every public school classroom in the state to the internet by 2003.

Siegelman said Nov. 29 that the $9 million would provide the equipment and connections necessary to get all Alabama students online. The governor said the money would be used this year as a match to lure $20 million or more in federal money.

State Finance Director Henry Mabry said


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