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Topic - House Committee On Science, Space And Technology
A new bill introduced by Republican lawmakers would put an end to the Environmental Protection Agency issuing regulations without revealing all the scientific research used to justify the new rules.
NASA chief Charles Bolden Jr. told a skeptical House panel Wednesday that President Obama's budget provides enough funds to maintain the agency's mission and stay on the cutting edge of innovation and space exploration.