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Senate Gives NASA More Money Than Trump Did

By Keith Cowing
July 25, 2017
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Senate Gives NASA More Money Than Trump Did

Senate Appropriations Subcommittee Approves $19.5 Billion for NASA, SpacePolicyOnline
“The Senate Appropriations Commerce-Justice-Science (CJS) subcommittee approved $19.5 billion for NASA in FY2018 according to a committee press release. The figure was rounded, but the press release also said it is $437 million more than President Trump requested and $124 million less than FY2017. That would make $19.529 billion a more precise figure. The request was $19.092 billion. NASA’s FY2017 funding level is $19.653 billion. The House Appropriations Committee was more generous, approving $19.872 billion. The bill has not gone to the House floor for debate yet. Only a few details were released by the Senate committee following the markup today. More information will be available after the full committee marks up the bill on Thursday.”

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