The Space Roundtable will hold its seventh meeting at the United States
Senate on Wednesday, July 25th at 12:00 noon. Titled “Incentives for Space
Investment: From the Ground Up” this program will explore three pieces of
legislation currently under consideration by the House of Representatives.
The sponsor of each bill will address the Roundtable on the details of thei=

1) HR 1931: The Spaceport Equality Act. (Rep. Dave Weldon and 18
co-sponsors) Senator Bob Graham will introduce the Senate version of this
bill on July 25th and speak about it at the Roundtable

2) HR 2177: The Invest In Space Now Act. (Rep. Ken Calvert and Rep.
Solomon Ortiz and 22 co-sponsors). Mr. Calvert will appear at the
Roundtable to talk about his bill.

3) HR 2504: The Zero Gravity, Zero Tax Act (Rep. Dana Rohrabacher and Rep.
Jane Harman with Mr. Calvert). Introduced just this past Monday. Mr.
Rohrabacher will join the Roundtable to discuss the highlights.

The Panel:

Senator Bob Graham

Rep. Dana Rohrabacher

Rep. Ken Calvert

Billy Reed (Executive Director, Virginia Commercial Spaceflight Authority)
Robert Triplett (Chair, Oklahoma Space Industry Development Agency)
Lori Garver (Vice President, DFI International, Inc.)
Dave Micheletti (Vice President, MSE Technology Applications, Inc.)
Rick N. Tumlinson (President, Space Frontier Foundation)
Shubber Ali (Group Manager for Risk Strategy, Capitol One)

Others panelists will be announced shortly.

The public is invited to attend the program. There is no charge. Simply

Please provide your name, company or affiliation and your telephone number.

The particulars for the Roundtable are as follows:

Date: Wednesday, July 25, 2001
Time: 12:00 noon
Location: Dirksen Senate Office Building, Room 192

See you at the Roundtable!

Marc Schlather
Executive Director
The Space Roundtable

The Founding Organizations of the Space Roundtable are ProSpace, Space
Frontier Foundation and the Space Transportation Association. The
Roundtables are underwritten through the financial support of the Foundation
for the International Non-Governmental Development of Space (FINDS).