March 26, 2013 02:58

The free Wi-Fi service began Monday, allowing anyone in the building to access the public network with their computers, tablets and smartphones.

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - The Louisiana State Capitol is offering free wireless Internet access to the public.

The free Wi-Fi service began Monday, allowing anyone in the building to access the public network with their computers, tablets and smartphones.

No password is required to access the network.

Senate President John Alario says the free wireless network will make it easier for people to track the work of the Legislature and encourage citizens to stay involved.

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