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August 5th, 2007

House passes a $459.6 billion defense bill, includes Wright-Pat

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The House Saturday passed a $459.6 billion defense bill that included nearly $50 million in earmarks for regional defense projects.

Among the regional earmarks - which were requested by Reps. David Hobson, an Appropriations Commitee member and Mike Turner, R-Centerville:
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- $2 million for an Akron-based nanotechnology company that wants to set up a new facility in Dayton. The company, NanoSperse, could bring an estimated 400 jobs to the region within the next five years, according to Michael Gessel of the Dayton Development Coalition.

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