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Patrick frustrated by slow pace of progress

Many priorities stall in first year

By Lisa Wangsness
Globe Staff / October 20, 2007

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It looked like a done deal the day it was announced. At an international biotechnology conference in South Boston last May, Governor Deval Patrick proposed investing more than $1 billion in the industry, a colossal initiative intended to secure the state's position as a global leader in the field. Alongside him stood Senate President Therese Murray and House Speaker Salvatore ... (Full article: 1516 words)

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