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September 18th, 2004
Not included in the final supplemental budget was $19 million for a nanotechnology center at the University of Massachusetts at Lowell. Romney said he regretted that lawmakers did not support the funding in the supplemental budget they approved.
"Nanotechnology represents a technology that can provide jobs in the future. Other states are moving ahead on this, and I don't want to fall behind," Romney said.
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