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Date:1/23/2012

similar to the Kansas Economic Growth Act of 2004 (KEGA).  Kansas has a seven-year head start, and we need to maintain that advantage.

"The KBA looks forward to working collaboratively with our stakeholders throughout the state to continue to grow this promising sector of the economy," Watkins said.

About the KBA

The Kansas Bioscience Authority was created by the innovative Kansas Economic Growth Act of 2004 to accelerate growth in the promising bioscience sector. Funded by Kansas income taxes generated by bioscience jobs, Kansas Bioscience Authority investments help create high-paying jobs, fuel capital expenditures, spur outside grants, and encourage private capital investments in Kansas bioscience companies. The result of Kansas Bioscience Authority investments is high quality jobs today and for the next generation of Kansans, and bioscience discoveries and lifesaving cures that will improve lives around the world. To learn more, visit www.kansasbioauthority.org .

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