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August 19th, 2004

Coastal leaders: Business plan must heed maritime concerns

How can the state attract companies at the vanguard of their industries, companies that are resistant to migration? How can high-quality jobs already in Oregon be retained? Wyden said that he and other lawmakers have made federal-level progress on many initiatives in the plan, especially forest health, technology and transportation. He cited funding secured for Oregonís new nanotechnology center, ONAMI, as an example.


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