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TECH GRANT FUND--Rep. Jon Peterson, R-Delaware, gestures during an news conference where he announced that he would sponsor legislation that would establish the Community Technology Center Grant Fund (CTCGF) to provide funding for Community Technology Centers (CTCs), in Columbus, Ohio, on Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2004. CTCs provide basic technology training and support to Ohioans, and enable low-income communities to learn about and use computers and the Internet. (Jack Kustron/Photoj.com)


TECH GRANT FUND--Angela Stuber, executive director of the Ohio Community Computing Network (OCCN) shows her support for Rep. Jon Peterson's, R-Delaware, proposed legislation that would establish the Community Technology Center Grant Fund (CTCGF) to provide funding for Community Technology Centers (CTCs), in Columbus, Ohio, on Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2004. CTCs provide basic technology training and support to Ohioans, and enable low-income communities to learn about and use computers and the Internet. (Jack Kustron/Photoj.com)


TECH GRANT FUND--Alice Johnson, of Cleveland, shares her story of how the Cleveland Housing Network's use of the Community Training & Technology Center has improved her life, during a news conerence, at the Ohio Staehouse, in Columbus, Ohio, on Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2004. Rep. Jon Peterson, R-Delaware, announced that he would sponsor legislation that would establish the Community Technology Center Grant Fund (CTCGF) to provide funding for Community Technology Centers (CTCs). CTCs provide basic technology training and support to Ohioans, and enable low-income communities to learn about and use computers and the Internet. (Jack Kustron/Photoj.com)


TECH GRANT FUND--George Yirga, executive director of the Columbus Metropolitan Area Community Action Organization, (CMACAO) points toward his agency's Mobile Outreach & Training Facilty, during a news conference, at the Ohio Statehouse, in Columbus, Ohio, on Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2004. Rep. Jon Peterson, R-Delaware, announced that he would sponsor legislation that would establish the Community Technology Center Grant Fund (CTCGF) to provide funding for Community Technology Centers (CTCs). CTCs provide basic technology training and support to Ohioans, and enable low-income communities to learn about and use computers and the Internet. (Jack Kustron/Photoj.com)


TECH GRANT FUND--John Ballheim, president of DeVry University/Columbus speaks in support for Rep. Jon Peterson's, R-Delaware, proposed legislation that would establish the Community Technology Center Grant Fund (CTCGF) to provide funding for Community Technology Centers (CTCs), in Columbus, Ohio, on Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2004. CTCs provide basic technology training and support to Ohioans, and enable low-income communities to learn about and use computers and the Internet. (Jack Kustron/Photoj.com)