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Unformatted text preview: Ryan budget introduced in the House last week, and with the tax-cut fervor that seems to be sweeping some parts of the House and Senate, what that's going to mean on funding. Gonzaga Debate Institute 2011 230 Mercury Politics Link Booster – House Science Subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics NASA under jurisdiction of House Science Subcommittee on Space and Aeronatics Press Release from Rep. Smith (R-TX), 5-4-11 [US Fed News, “REP. SMITH NAMED VICE CHAIR OF SPACE SUBCOMMITTEE”, Lexis] WASHINGTON, May 4 -- Rep. Lamar Smith, R-Texas (21st CD), issued the following news release: Congressman Lamar Smith today was named Vice Chair of the Subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics of the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. "As a member of the House Science Committee, I am committed to advancing space, science and technology issues because they are critical to our national security and economic strength. I look forward to working with members of the Committee to ensure that our national space policy continues to support America's technological and economic competitiveness. "Space and aeronautics endeavors are important to Texas and I will continue working to find new opportunities for Texas to be at the forefront of NASA's mission." The Subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics has legislative jurisdiction over the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), commercial space activities and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) research, development, and demonstration programs. House Science subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics has jurisdiction over NASA Berry, Gannett Washington Bureau, 4-29-11 [Deborah Barfield, Gannett News Service, “Palazzo loses key staffers”, p. ARC, Lexis] WASHINGTON -- Three key staffers have resigned from Republican Rep. Steven Palazzo's office during the congressman's first four months in office. The resignations of Palazzo's chief of staff, communications director and legislative director come at a critical time for the Mississippi Republican freshman. House members, who return to work next week, face increasing pressure to approve a fiscal 2012 budget and reach agreement on raising the federal debt limit. A spokesman for Palazzo said the ex-staffers "moved on to pursue new opportunities" and their resignations won't affect Palazzo's work representing the 4th District. "The congressman is committed to his job in the district," Hunter Lipscomb said. Palazzo is chairman of the House science subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics, which has jurisdiction over NASA. The panel recently held two hearings, including one on the future of the agency's space exploration program. Palazzo travelled to Florida for Friday's space shuttle launch, which was postponed. The congressman returned to Mississippi to address tornado recovery efforts. Gonzaga Debate Institute 2011 231 Mercury Politics Link Turns the Case (1/2) The link guts solvency for the case – partisanship triggers delays and bureaucratic stall tactics that fiat can’t solve...
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