Senate's NASA Authorization bill in limbo

25 July 2004: Deep Cuts Loom for NASA's Fiscal 2005 Spending Plan, Aviation Now

"A Senate Commerce Committee session to finish drafting the NASA authorization bill, which at least in theory mirrors the appropriations legislation, was postponed at the last minute July 22 for lack of time for the "very contentious" debate that committee chairman Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) said he expected. The NASA markup will be rescheduled in September, he said."

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