GOP Staffers Say Congress Will Seek Bigger Science Budget Despite Hurdles | GenomeWeb

WASHINGTON, April 12 – A representative of the House of Representatives Science Committee said Thursday the Republican-led committee would push to increase the science spending package in President George W. Bush’s 2002 proposed budget, but indicated that other pressures might dampen the effort.

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