WASHINGTON — The Biden administration’s new high-stakes research office has a name, an official place within government, and a billion dollars in funding.
But ARPA-H still lacks a home. Now, with a bonanza of federal cash at stake — and lawmakers making clear they want the new agency’s headquarters located far from the Beltway — cities and states across the country find themselves in a bidding war.
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