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Twitter Accounts for Key Space Representatives

Posted by Casey Dreier

2013/04/23 01:05 CDT

Topics: Planetary Society Political Advocacy, FY2014 NASA Budget

There are key people in Congress who can control the fate of Planetary Science at NASA. They sit on several committees in both the House and Senate. You can reach them via Twitter and ask them to #fundPlanetary this week before their hearings:

The House Science Committee Leadership (Meets on Wednesday, April 24th):

Lamar Smith

Rep. Lamar Smith (TX-21)
Chair, Committee on Science, Space, and Technology

@LamarSmithTX21

Dana Rohrbacher

Rep. Dana Rohrbacher (CA-48)
Vice-chair, Committee on Science, Space, and Technology

@DanaRohrabacher

CongPalazzo

Rep. Steve Palazzo (MS-4)
Chair, Subcommittee on Space

@CongPalazzo

RepEBJ

Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson (TX-30)
Ranking Member, Committee on Science, Space, and Technology

@RepEBJ

The Senate Appropriations Subcommittee Leadership (Meets Thursday, April 25th)

SenatorBarb

Senator Barbara Mikulski (MD)
Chairwoman, Committee on Appropriations

@SenatorBarb

SenatorLeahy

Senator Patrick Leahy (VT)
Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, and Science

@SenatorLeahy

SenFeinstein

Senator Dianne Feinstein (CA)
Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, and Science

@SenFeinstein

SenShelbyPress

Senator Richard Shelby (AL)
Ranking Member, Committee on Appropriations

@SenShelbyPress

SenateApprops

Senate Appropriations Staff
Staff Account

@SenateApprops

 

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