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US Congressional Republicans have released the details of a proposed budget for 2012 that, if accepted, would give NIH a bit of a budget boost, report ScienceInsider's David Malakoff and Jocelyn Kaiser. The Republican leaders of the House's appropriations committee decided very early this morning to release details of a $1 trillion spending bill that is currently under negotiation in the House and Senate, Malakoff and Kaiser write.

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