Obama announces $5 billion for new healthcare jobs
Reuters, October 1, 2009
President Barack Obama announced a plan to spend $5 billion to create new jobs for medical and scientific research, medical supplies, and improved laboratory capacity. The funds, to come from the $787 billion economic stimulus package, will pay for "cutting-edge medical research in every state across America," the White House said in a statement.
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