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December 11, 2004 | Edwin Chen and Warren Vieth, Times Staff Writers
President Bush on Friday nominated Samuel Bodman, a former MIT chemistry professor and business executive who has held senior positions in both the Commerce and Treasury departments, to become the nation's next secretary of Energy. Bodman, who has been serving as second-in-command at the Treasury Department, is considered a seasoned government administrator with deep knowledge of the technical and economic aspects of energy issues. He would replace Spencer Abraham.
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December 11, 2004 | Edwin Chen and Warren Vieth, Times Staff Writers
President Bush on Friday nominated Samuel Bodman, a former MIT chemistry professor and business executive who has held senior positions in both the Commerce and Treasury departments, to become the nation's next secretary of Energy. Bodman, who has been serving as second-in-command at the Treasury Department, is considered a seasoned government administrator with deep knowledge of the technical and economic aspects of energy issues. He would replace Spencer Abraham.
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March 6, 2005 | From Associated Press
New Mexico's U.S. senators are objecting to changes in how the competition will be conducted for a new contract for Los Alamos National Laboratory, saying it's biased against the current manager, the University of California. Republican Sen. Pete V. Domenici and Democratic Sen. Jeff Bingaman say the changes threaten the northern New Mexico nuclear lab's mission.
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