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March 19th, 2005
State technology agenda gets boost
Wonderling said he will focus on life sciences, nanotechnology, education, telecommunications and the way state government interacts with the private sector in technology development.
"I want to blaze trails with folks who think that Pennsylvania ought to be the least-regulated environment, minimal-regulated environment, as it relates to those that are developing technology," he said.
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