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Topic - Roger F. Wicker
NASA is supposed to build machines that launch into space, not structures that stay grounded on Earth and send spending into the stratosphere.
Federal authorities charged a Mississippi man on Thursday with threatening to harm President Obama and a U.S. senator, saying he is the person who tried to send letters laced with the poison ricin to the White House and Capitol Hill.
Mr. Wicker said the testing tower would help maintain the research center's place at the forefront of U.S. space exploration.
Sen. Roger F. Wicker, Mississippi Republican, said the discussion about the cost-of-living cuts reminded him of sequestration: something everyone agreed was wrong and thought they could delay, but ended up taking effect because Congress couldn’t find a bipartisan solution.