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April 2011

April 2011: Vol. 10, No. 4
Elliot Holokauahi Pulham, Chief Executive Officer
The View from Here: Hazy with a Chance of Stupid, But the Show Goes On
Looming Government Shutdown is Inexcusable, but won't Dampen the National Space Symposium
As I write this note, the Space Foundation team is putting in extra long hours both preparing for the 27th National Space Symposium (which, I must say, is shaping up to be spectacular!) and preparing contingency plans for dealing with a potential U.S. government shutdown - and all that that implies for the Symposium. Both jobs are big ones, and juggling both simultaneously is monumental. The kicker here is that the situation of a looming government shutdown is, in itself, inexcusable. The Administration and the Congress, whose number one job is to keep the government running, are still haggling and posturing over a budget for a fiscal year that started six months ago. ...

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