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Mass. Gov. Patrick, Legislative Leaders Plan Mid-February Approval for Biotech Bill
 
Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick and leaders of the state General Assembly have agreed on a timetable for action on his proposed $1 billion, 10-year Life Sciences Initiative — confirming comments made to BioRegion News last month by the chairman of the Joint Legislative Committee on Economic Development and Emerging Technologies, Rep. Daniel Bosley (D-North Adams).
 

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