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July 3rd, 2003

Group urges help for technology firms

Idaho's political leaders need to take a stronger role in promoting science and technology or risk losing the economic benefits that high-tech industries bring to the state. That's the message Karl Tueller, deputy director of the Idaho Department of Commerce, delivered to business leaders Wednesday at the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce´s first Idaho Nanotechnology Forum.

Idaho Statesman

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