Texas Biotech Consortium Sues DHS over NBAF, Claims Choice of Kansas Site was 'Capricious' | GenomeWeb

Neither Kansas nor DHS will address the consortium's arguments pending formal responses to the court complaint they had yet to make at deadline.

A DHS spokeswoman, Amy Kudwa, told BioRegion News this week that the agency won't comment on the Texas lawsuit beyond a one-paragraph statement defending its decision as originating from "a transparent multi-year process, punctuated with public meetings near each finalist location.

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