Congressional Reaction to NASA Budget

Obama's NASA facelift faces tough fight in Congress, Spaceflightnow

"[Rep. Bill] Posey said he fears the plan represents a "slow death" of the space program."

Chairman Gordon Comments on President's Budget Request

"Turning to NASA, the space agency's budget request represents a radical departure from the bipartisan consensus achieved by Congress in successive authorizations over the past five years. This requires deliberate scrutiny. We will need to hear the Administration's rationale for such a change and assess its impact on U.S. leadership in space before Congress renders its judgment on the proposals."

Congresswoman Kosmas' Statement on Release of NASA Budget

"The cancellation of Orion is especially troubling and goes against the recommendations of the Augustine Commission. The State of Florida has made significant investments to prepare KSC facilities for Orion, and the Space Coast anticipated, invested in, and planned for the commitment to be fulfilled in order to help preserve jobs."

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