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June 25th, 2004
Kerry pitches $30 billion tech investment
Sen. John Kerry on Thursday (June 24) unveiled plans for a $30 billion package of technology investments during a policy speech in San Jose, Calif. - and picked up the endorsement of former Chrysler Corp. chairman Lee Iacocca, who campaigned for President George W. Bush in 2000. Those funding increases could spur advances in manufacturing, nanotechnology, life sciences, clean energy, and IT research to make systems more dependable, reliable, and resistant to cyber-attacks.
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