Lawmakers on the House Science, Space and Technology Committee took a deep divot out of NASA’s Earth-science budget request April 30 in what Democratic members of the Republican-controlled panel called an “ideological” attempt to thwart research into the human causes of climate change. On party-line votes, the panel adopted a NASA authorization measure that would cut the administration’s $1.95 billion request for Earth-science research and space missions by $500 ...

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