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What’s the news? More than 100 refurbished laptops will be given to students and families across Montana as part of AT&T’s nationwide commitment to help bridge the digital divide. The laptops, funded by an AT&T donation to Human IT will be given to 50 local Helena students in need. AT&T is working with Human-I-T and the Montana Chamber of Commerce to provide participants of the Helena Indian Alliance and the Montana Consortium for Urban Indian Health with laptops and digital literacy resources to help them fully participate in our digital world.

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