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May 1st, 2003
Nanotech bill picks up some passengers, moves on to full house
A nanotechnology bill that lawmakers have been fussing with for more than a year was approved Thursday by the House Science Committee, but not before politicians festooned the bill with new initiatives, including one to study the implications of developing "nonhuman intelligence."
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