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June 24th, 2007
Rep. John Culberson wants $10 million for nanotechnology projects. Rep. Sam Johnson is seeking $4 million for a National Virtual Vietnam Archive at Texas Tech University.
For a week, the House bickered over spending on special projects and who decides what pork members of Congress get to bring home.
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