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September 30th, 2004
Nanotechnology may not be setting the stock market on fire just yet, but it's a technology that could produce a windfall of jobs for the Sixth Congressional District, said Democrat Lois Murphy, who is running for the seat.
In a wide-ranging economic plan that Murphy presented yesterday, she said that by scouring federal agencies for funds, the district could become the Silicon Valley of nanotechnology research and development using the wealth of resources it has to offer.
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