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Indiana Code Title 4. State Offices and Administration § 4-3-9-2

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Sec. 2. Whenever the governor of the state of Indiana deems it necessary or desirable for the purposes of securing the location in the state of a proposed educational, scientific, or research project or facility, the governor is authorized to transfer to the United States of America any interest in lands which the state holds if that land is utilized for the proposed project or facility.  The state, by its governor, may transfer such interest without consideration, or for a nominal or substantial sum, or for a period of years, or in exchange for lands of the United States, or on such other terms as the governor shall find advantageous to the state of Indiana in obtaining the location of the project or facility within the state of Indiana.

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