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November 24th, 2007

Congress discloses intel earmarks for first time

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Meanwhile, Minority Whip Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) secured in conference talks a $4.8 million earmark in the intelligence part of the bill. The money would go toward a carbon nano-tube based radiation hard non-volatile random access memory, according to TCS' database. Southwestern Missouri State University has been working together with other nanotechnology companies on the development of a test chip.

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