No Wi-Fi for Congress

Congress might be using wireless technology, but that doesn't mean they have wireless on the House floor.

As the 112th U.S. Congress convenes, with, for the first time, rules set for approval that will make more room for iPads and mobile devices in the House, there's a question that members are likely to ask one another repeatedly in the coming weeks:

What's the wi-fi password?

There's one problem with trying to use wi-fi on the floor of the House. While the Capitol complex itself has 145 wireless hotspots, according to a spokeswoman for the Committee on House Administration, there currently aren't any on the floor.

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