Look Who Did NOT Sign House Science Committee Views and Estimates

House Science Committee Views and Estimates, House Science Committee

House Science Committee Bi-Partisan 'Views and Estimates' Budget Submission Highlights Inadequacy of Administration's R&D Budget Request

"Today, the Science Committee submitted bipartisan Views and Estimates to the Budget Committee. In the past, the Democrats have written and submitted separate Views and Estimates as a critique. However, the Administration's FY2006 research and development budget request elicited such universal concern that Democrats could comfortably support the Republican-drafted document."

Editor's note: It is rather interesting to note who did NOT sign on to support this (otherwise) bipartisan document: among them: Space and Aeronautics Subcommittee Chair Chair Ken Calvert (R-CA), House Science Committee Ranking Majority Member Ralph Hall (R-TX), former Space and Aeronautics Subcommittee Chair Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA), and No. 2 House Science Committee Ranking Majority Member Lamar Smith (R-TX).

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