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Bill Nelson's Infrastructure Windfall Is Much Smaller Than Promised

19 Nov 2021, 19:26 UTC
Bill Nelson's Infrastructure Windfall Is Much Smaller Than Promised
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House passes infrastructure bill with $1,115 Billion For NASA, Space Policy Online

"The House finally passed the second bill to address President Biden's infrastructure agenda. This "human infrastructure" bill has $1.115 billion for NASA, far less than what NASA Administrator Bill Nelson once hoped for, but would be a significant boost for the agency on top of its regular appropriations nonetheless. The bill now goes to the Senate for consideration."

Bill Nelson Says He's Discovered A New Pile Of Money For NASA, earlier post

"Nelson decided that the way for NASA to get out of the fiscal mess it is in is to do a Hail Mary pass and dive into the new TBD Jobs Bill that the Administration is formulating and grab some dollars. He said "You can put $5.4 Billion into the jobs bill for the HLS that would be at the end of the day producing jobs. Another $200 million could go into that bill for spacesuits." He went on to say "We can also put $585 million on nuclear thermal propulsion."

Nelson then turned to another pot of forthcoming money - the multi-trillion dollar Infrastructure bill and said "Part of the jobs bill is infrastructure - ...

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