Patrick Seeks Additional $10M for Massachusetts Life Sciences Center in FY 2010 Budget | GenomeWeb

By Alex Philippidis

This is an updated edition of a story first published on June 30

Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick is asking the state Legislature to budget another $10 million for the programs and operations of the quasi-public Massachusetts Life Sciences Center during the fiscal year that began Wednesday, in addition to the $10 million already within the $27.05 billion FY 2010 spending plan he signed into law two days earlier.

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