Hultgren Announces House Science & National Labs Caucus
The new caucus will concentrate on reinforcing federal investment in research and the national laboratories, as well as raise awareness about the role laboratories play in long-term economic growth.
“These laboratories, much like the rest of the economy, deserve certainty from the government so they can continue their important work with confidence,” Hultgren said.
Congressman Hultgren, named earlier this year as the Science Coalition’s Champion of Science, also represents Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory in Batavia, Ill. Fermilab has long been at the cutting edge of physics research, but also serves the community through outreach, teaching, and technological advancement.
“National labs do much more than research,” Hultgren said. “Their reach can be seen in all sectors of the economy, and they help make America the most economically competitive country in the world.
“Congressmen Fattah, Lujan and Nunnelee understand the importance of this federal investment, and I am thankful for their leadership on this critically important issue.”
(Released by Congressman Hultgren’s Office on Dec. 7, 2012)
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