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July 20, 2001 | From Associated Press
A Senate committee voted Thursday to cap spending for the financially troubled space station and to provide $2 billion next year for cleanup costs of natural disasters. With NASA conceding that the space station is experiencing huge cost overruns, the Senate Appropriations Committee approved a spending bill that includes $2 billion for construction, research and other activities--about $100 million less than President Bush requested. The committee also voted to cap space station spending at $6.
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July 20, 2001 | From Associated Press
A Senate committee voted Thursday to cap spending for the financially troubled space station and to provide $2 billion next year for cleanup costs of natural disasters. With NASA conceding that the space station is experiencing huge cost overruns, the Senate Appropriations Committee approved a spending bill that includes $2 billion for construction, research and other activities--about $100 million less than President Bush requested. The committee also voted to cap space station spending at $6.
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March 31, 1985 | Special to The Times
A progress report on a proposed Pacific Spaceport amusement park planned for Ormand Beach in Oxnard has been accepted by the City Council, which also agreed to continue negotiations with the SRE Development Corp. of Los Angeles. SRE paid the city $100,000 for exclusive negotiating rights for the 300 acres of land needed for the project.
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