Alabama has reopened the bidding for a contract to connect the state's public schools to the internet amid complaints that the original process was unfair.

"There was just too much confusion," said Ted Hosp, Gov. Don Siegelman's legal adviser.

The apparent front-runner for the contract, valued at about $30 million over three years, was Trillion Digital Communications of Bessemer.

However, Trillion's competitors and Republican legislators say the company had an unfair


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