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July 27th, 2007
A 2008 funding bill approved by the U.S. House Thursday includes $500,000 for the University of Alabama in Huntsville's Nano and Micro Devices Laboratory and $250,000 for the National Children's Advocacy Center, according to Rep. Bud Cramer.
Cramer, who also secured $500,000 for the UAH laboratory in 2005, said it was important for North Alabama to be a leader in the development of new technology.
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