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October 5th, 2007

Harry Reid: Reid Hails Passage of Defense Funding Bill

Abstract:
Washington, DC - U.S. Senator Harry Reid of Nevada applauded the passage of the Defense Appropriations bill. The Senate Majority Leader was able to help direct more than $93 million to Nevada for a variety of high-tech programs being developed by the military, UNR, Desert Research Institute, UNLV, and the state's private sector.

$1,800,000 for Nevada Nanotech Systems, Inc. (Reno) to develop a combined Container Pre-Screening Sensor System prototype of the chemical sensor system to be evaluated in laboratory and field tests.

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