Senate Passes Compromise Commercial Space Bill
Yesterday, the Senate passed the compromise version of commercial space legislation that merges Senate- and House-passed bills affecting a broad range of commercial space activities from space launch to mining asteroids. The bill passed by unanimous consent without debate.
The text of the final version of the bill, which keeps the House bill number (H.R. 2262) and was modified in just the past few days, was not publicly available at press time, but a Senate Commerce Committee press release identified the key provisions:
Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.spacepolicyonline.com