Transition: April 2017 Archives

House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology Chairman Smith Statement on the March for Science

"I support the right of science supporters to gather and march this weekend. Opening new frontiers of scientific knowledge, on Earth and beyond, will pave the way to a better, more secure future for the next generation. I will continue to support scientific research that furthers our national interest and is of the highest intellectual merit."

Ranking Member Johnson Applauds Mission of the March for Science

"Though I am disheartened by the fact that there currently is a need to defend the 'vital role science plays in our health, safety, economies, and governments,' I am thrilled to see such a large and diverse group of people passionate about science, invested in the future of scientific discovery, and committed to the need for science-based policy making. ... "Science shouldn't be a partisan issue. I hope that Members on both sides of the aisle are supporting all of the goals of today's march."

Congressman Jim Bridenstine Says He's Still In Running To Lead NASA, NewsOn6

"Oklahoma First District Congressman Jim Bridenstine says he is still in the running to be the new head of NASA. Bridenstine told News On 6 he was recently asked back for another interview by the Trump administration. The Republican said, "I don't know what the end result is, but I keep interviewing, which is an indicator that maybe I'm still in the mix for it."

Bridenstine Has Second Interview for NASA Post, Roll Call

"While he lacks the science background of previous NASA administrators, he is a member of the House Science, Space and Technology Committee who has advocated for space exploration. "NASA is something that Republicans and Democrats both like," he said. "It's something everybody wants to do."


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