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NPI Volunteers Carry ‘Essential Technologies’ Message to Congress
Date:9/27/2013

nbsp;  New Jersey and Arizona: Jason Mulliner
  •     New York: Ralph James, Tom Battley (Rochester Regional Photonics Cluster), Christopher Cotton, Rick Plympton, John Bruning.
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