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Mel Carnahan on Technology


Supports “Most Wanted” web site

Gov. Mel Carnahan today unveiled a new Web site that will enable the public to assist law enforcement agencies in tracking down fugitives in Missouri. “This project is one more way technology can help us in our fight against crime,” Carnahan said. “The new Web site will makes it easier for citizens to help law enforcement officers get criminals out of our communities.” The Web site contains each fugitive’s picture, name, description, last known address and criminal charges.
Source: Press Release, “Most Wanted Web Site” Jun 5, 2000

Bring space technology to schools

Carnahan emphasized the importance of computer technology for every school as he joined students for a simulated mission to Mars. “This program is a perfect example of how schools can use technology to prepare students for our increasingly high-tech society while also reinforcing math, science, and problem-solving skills,” Carnahan said. “It is vital that we not only have computers in our schools, but that every student has plenty of opportunities to use those computers for educational activities.”
Source: Press Release, “Space Mission to Mars” Feb 23, 2000

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