Massachusetts Legislature Takes Step Closer to Passing $1B Life Sciences Bill | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Leaders of the Massachusetts House of Representatives predict they are weeks away from approving $1 billion in subsidies over 10 years to the state’s life sciences sector, following their introduction last week of a revised version of the measure introduced over the summer by Gov. Deval Patrick.

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