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Showing posts with label Richard Shelby (R-AL.). Show all posts
Showing posts with label Richard Shelby (R-AL.). Show all posts

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Sen. McCain blames Sen. Shelby and others for relying on Russian rockets


Sen. McCain assails Pentagon for relying on Russian rockets


Article Excerpt: "... McCain said the Pentagon has actively sought to undermine the committee's direction to limit that risk and end the use of the Russian RD-180 engines by the end of this decade. McCain also blamed the U.S. contractor that acquires the engines, United Launch Alliance, and two senators who support the company, Richard Shelby, R-Ala., and Dick Durbin, D-Ill., for thwarting the committee's instructions ..."


Reference: www.decaturdaily.com

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Sen. Shelby tours Huntsville Remington plant, touts gun rights and future growth of the Rocket City


U.S. Senator Richard Shelby tours Huntsville Remington plant, touts future growth


Article Excerpt: "... U.S. Sen. Richard Shelby visited Huntsville’s Remington firearms plant Monday, emphasizing his commitment to the right to bear arms. Shelby is seeking a sixth-term in the U.S. Senate and has four Republican opponents in the March 1 primary. The plant – located at the site of the former Chrysler facility ..."


Reference: whnt.com

Friday, February 6, 2015

Sessions and Shelby Comment on Keystone XL Pipeline Bill They Favor


Sessions and Shelby Comment on Keystone XL Pipeline Bill


Article Excerpt: "...President Obama is expected to veto the popular pipeline project, which is opposed by environmental activists who claim that the jobs and economic activity produced by the pipeline are outweighed by the environmental costs. ..."


Reference: alreporter.com

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Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Huntsville competitive in rocket motor/booster arena ...we are the Rocket City

Nevada senators supporting Utah rocket maker


Article Excerpt: "...Sens. Barbara Boxer and Dianne Feinstein, both D-Calif., and Richard Shelby, R-Ala., have advocated opening competition for the boosters, saying billions of dollars could be saved. A partnership of Sacramento, Calif.-based Aerojet and Teledyne Brown Engineering, of Huntsville, Ala., is developing a liquid-fuel booster as an entry for bidding. ..."


Reference: www.lvrj.com