Mark Williams and Monroe Trembly | The Columbus Dispatch

Intel has picked Greater Columbus for a new factory that figures to spark a new industry for the state.

The Silicon Valley semiconductor maker plans to invest $20 billion in a site in Licking County that will employ 3,000 workers, a source close to the project told The Dispatch.

How quickly such a development could occur depends in part on Congress, which is debating legislation that would provide incentives to bring chip-making back to the U.S.

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