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Schwarzenegger Muscles Up $5.6M from Washington for Life Sciences Training
 
California has received a $5.6 million National Emergency Grant from the US Department of Labor to retrain laid-off mortgage and banking industry workers for new careers in the life sciences and other industries deemed by the state to be high-growth and high-demand.
 

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