March 1—On February 18, two members of the Michigan LaRouche movement traveled to the State Capitol in Lansing, to meet with state legislators and encourage them to support Lyndon LaRouche’s “Four Laws for Economic Recovery.” The particular focus was on LaRouche’s fourth law, the need for revolutionizing America’s economic platform with accelerated investments in space and in thermonuclear fusion research. As their morning meetings progressed, they discovered that the Michigan Aerospace Manufacturing Association was holding a press conference in another part of the State Capitol to announce the site selection for a proposed horizontal space launch facility, which will use Michigan’s northern location to launch satellites into low earth polar orbit. Reportedly in the works are announcements of a second vertical launch facility and a command center, at two additional sites in the state. Throughout the day, the LaRouche organizers found tremendous excitement over Michigan’s growing role in the space program, and great interest in exploring the transformative impact of thermonuclear fusion on the nation’s economy.
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