Subscribers Get On-Line Glimpse of White House

Associated Press

Since the White House went on-line on the Internet last October, offering a "citizens handbook" for the federal government, it has been visited more than 1.25 million times.

Some 18 million files--everything from pictures of artwork in the White House sculpture garden to the federal budget for fiscal 1996--have been downloaded, Press Secretary Mike McCurry said Wednesday.

The citizens handbook is available on the Internet computer network through a service called World Wide Web. The address is

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