Views and Estimates; Committee on Science, Space and Technology; Fiscal Year 2014” provides great insight into the positions of twenty of the twenty-one committee Republicans.

house_of_repA good indicator of the views of House Science Committee Republicans on the Department of Energy’s Office of Science, NASA, National Institute of Standards and Technology, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and National Science Foundation can be found in a eight-page document submitted to the House Budget Committee. “Views and Estimates; Committee on Science, Space and Technology; Fiscal Year 2014” provides insight into the positions of twenty of the twenty-one committee Republicans on these agencies and the Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Homeland Security, and the Department of Transportation.

The committee has a new chairman, Rep. Lamar Smith (R-TX). Without elaboration, the report notes that the committee plans to develop reauthorization legislation for NASA, NIST, and NSF “in the coming months.”

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Source: Richard M. Jones | The AIP Bulletin of Science Policy News | April 5, 2013