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- Syrian casualties surge as jihadis consolidate
Topic - Myung Oak Kim
Myung Oak Kim, spokeswoman for Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter Jr.'s economic recovery team, said Colorado expects "to fare well with large competitive grants in education, the New Energy Economy, broadband and health information technology. Colorado also has many federal research labs and other facilities that should receive significant ARRA funds."
A spokeswoman for the board, Myung Oak Kim, said the three-member executive committee for Connect for Health Colorado hasn't even decided whether they will take a vote on her request, yet.