Washington, (UPI) July 26, 2004
President George W. Bush's new space exploration plan has received a burst of hard-core support in Congress, aimed at blocking any attempt to cut its
funding, and backed up by a rare veto threat from the president himself.
This development has emerged in the wake of action by a House appropriations subcommittee last week, which cut the administration's NASA budget
request for fiscal year 2005 by more than $1 billion.
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