$21M in stimulus money to help expand high-speed Internet network on Crow Indian Reservation, public libraries across state


Proposals to expand high-speed Internet access on the Crow Indian Reservation and at more than three dozen Montana public libraries will be funded by nearly $21 million in federal stimulus money, the White House announced Thursday. The grants and loans, which President Barack Obama plans to unveil Friday morning, are part of $800 million in nationwide funding announced by the White House.

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