South Dakota Gov. Mike Rounds on April 14 said he continues to look for another source of money to support a program that helps South Dakota school districts provide laptop computers for high school students.


The state Legislature this year rejected the governor's request for $2.9 million to keep the program going for a third year. Rounds said he still wants to find an alternate source of funding soon, so laptops can be given to more high school students next fall.


"I'm going to continue to try to find resources, whether they're private or public, to help schools put laptops in the...

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