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Officials have announced plans to relocate a federal spy agency to a new site in St. Louis rather than across the Mississippi River in southern Illinois.

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Illinois officials are aggressively fighting the preliminary decision to relocate a federal spy agency elsewhere in St. Louis, rather than to a site across the Mississippi River in a suburban area of southern Illinois.

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U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin says he plans to meet with National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency's director to discuss errors in the report that led to the preliminary decision to build the spy agency's new regional headquarters in St. Louis.

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U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin says he plans to meet with National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency's director to discuss errors in the report that led to the preliminary decision to build the spy agency's new regional headquarters in St. Louis.

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The decision on where in the St. Louis region to relocate the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency is being pushed back a week.

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The two-state fight for a federal spy agency's new regional headquarters and more than 3,000 high-tech jobs has gained increased urgency in St. Louis after the failed bid to build a $1 billion riverfront stadium to keep its NFL franchise from moving to Los Angeles.

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A newspaper report says proposed plans to move a federal spy agency's regional headquarters from St. Louis to Illinois' Scott Air Force Base have been around for over a decade.

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 Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon is calling on the federal government to make amends for what he called one of the "profound mistakes of urban development policy" by selecting a north St. Louis site where a failed public housing project once stood as the new home for a spy agency's regional headquarters.

The two-state battle for a federal spy agency's new regional headquarters is heating up.

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  Gov. Jay Nixon has signed a bill aimed at keeping a federal intelligence agency in the St. Louis area.

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A secret government agency that helped coordinate the hunt for Osama bin Laden plans to build a new facility in the St. Louis area to replace its aging home south of downtown.