JSC community left out of $15 million in aid
The Obama administration dealt another symbolic blow to Houston's space community Wednesday by delivering $15 million in assistance to help Florida aerospace workers get new jobs after the shuttle fleet retires this year.
No such money so far has been promised to the Johnson Space Center.
The Houston Chronicle's Stewart M. Powell writes:
No one should be surprised by this," said Bob Mitchell, head of the Bay Area Economic Partnership. This is a political statement by the White House and an attempt by this administration to divide the states."
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