Channel 2 WLBZ in Maine reports on an initiative developed by former Gov. Angus King that aims to further bridge the digital divide by giving students who receive free and reduced-price lunch at school free internet access from home. An extension of the statewide one-to-one laptop program King started as governor, this latest initiative would apply to all of the state’s 35,000 middle school students as well as some ninth- and tenth-graders who also received laptops, the article said.