Competitive grants and an FAA-run center for commercial space would be the best use of $40 million in taxpayer money President Barack Obama wants to spend in Brevard County, Fla., and neighboring regions affected by the retirement of the space shuttle, a Cabinet-level task force reports. In addition to funding initiatives in aerospace and aviation, the money would be spent on projects promoting clean energy, homeland security and defense, information technology and life sciences. NASA ...
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