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W.Va. gov revisiting $24M Internet router deal

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia officials are reconsidering where to install high-capacity Internet routers purchased with federal stimulus funds after audits blistered the $24 million deal. Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin on Thursday announced a 30-day review of the schools, libraries and other community institutions slated to host these routers. Among other concerns, legislative auditors slammed...

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