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Consumer Group Comes Out Against Constellation

By Keith Cowing
May 26, 2010
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CAGW Releases Issue Brief on NASA Constellation Program
“President Obama has taken a step in the right direction by proposing to cancel the unsustainable Constellation Program in favor of looking to increased reliance on the private sector and investment in technologies that can lower the cost of human space exploration,” concluded Schatz. “Congress should not interfere with this objective.”
Issue Brief on the Constellation program., Citizens Against Government Waste
“According to Citizens Against Government Waste’s 2010 Congressional Pig Book database, Sen. Shelby earmarked 60 projects worth $173 million in fiscal year 2010, so it is no surprise that he is abusing the appropriations process by slipping the Constellation program into the emergency spending bill. This is one of many reasons why taxpayers remain outraged over excessive spending in Washington.”

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