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Letters From the Committee :: September 3, 2010

Response to a letter expressing concern about NASA's future

An example of Chairman Gordon's response to a letter expressing concern about NASA's future.

September 3, 1010

          
           Thank you for the letter delivered to me earlier this week that you added your name to regarding the future of NASA.  I read this letter closely, and I appreciate your time and interest.  I agree with you that NASA is a critical component of American economic competitiveness.  The Committee on Science and Technology has championed many of the themes that were brought forward in this letter, namely a sustained investment in federal research, a commitment to technology development, improving education for our children, and most notably ensuring America‚Äôs long-term economic competiveness.  We will maintain that commitment as we work toward a final bill for House consideration and with our colleagues in the Senate on a final compromise. 

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