H.R.6540 - Common Sense USA Act

To amend title 51, United States Code, to authorize the Director of the Kennedy Space Center to convey excess property at the Kennedy Space Center to a State or political subdivision, municipality, or instrumentality of a State for the development and operation of a spaceport. view all titles (3)

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  • Official: To amend title 51, United States Code, to authorize the Director of the Kennedy Space Center to convey excess property at the Kennedy Space Center to a State or political subdivision, municipality, or instrumentality of a State for the development and operation of a spaceport. as introduced.
  • Short: Common Sense USA Act as introduced.
  • Short: Common Sense Utilization of Spaceport Assets Act as introduced.

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Common Sense Utilization of Spaceport Assets Act or the Common Sense USA Act - Authorizes the Director of the Kennedy Space Center in Florida to convey excess real property to a state, or a subdivision of a state, for the development and operation of a spaceport. Prohibits the involvement o

Official Summary

Common Sense Utilization of Spaceport Assets Act or the Common Sense USA Act - Authorizes the Director of the Kennedy Space Center in Florida to convey excess real property to a state, or a subdivision of a state, for the development and operation of a spaceport. Prohibits the involvement of the Administrator of General Services Administration (GSA) in any such conveyance. Permits such conveyance to be made only after specific conveyance requirements have been met, including that the Director has received and approved a development plan that assures that the conveyed land will be developed and operated as a spaceport. Requires the deed of conveyance to provide that all of the property will be used and maintained in perpetuity for the purpose for which it was conveyed.

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