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June 14th, 2005
Perry signs $200M in technology incentives into law
It's official: Texas will spend $200 million on incentives to keep or recruit emerging technology research.
Gov. Rick Perry signed the bill into law today at Sematech, a cornerstone of Austinís high tech industry.
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