Democratic-led appropriators in the Senate are on a collision course with counterparts in the Republican-controlled House over spending for NASA, with the Senate Appropriations Committee this week set to approve $18 billion for next fiscal year for the space and aeronautics agency. The $18 billion topline, revealed July 16 during a markup by the Senate Appropriations subcommittee with responsibility for NASA, is $1.4 billion more than the House’s $16.6 billion mark. Among other ...
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