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CLEVELAND — The proposed move of the NASA Glenn Visitors Center from Brook Park to the Great Lakes Science Center in downtown Cleveland is a big step closer to reality now.

Congressman Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) and the Great Lakes Science Center have resolved an issue involving free admission for young people to the NASA Glenn Visitors Center if it relocates downtown.

Kucinich argued that it’s taxpayer-funded exhibits that make up the NASA Glenn Visitor Center. The visitors center had free admission for everyone at all times.

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The Great Lakes Science Center charges admission for everyone and those 2 years to 17 years of age must pay $7.95 admission.

The agreement gives free admission every Tuesday to young people 18 years of age (or a student in kindergarten through 12th grade) and under to the Science Center and the NASA Glenn Visitors Center combined facility.

The current visitor center must move or close for budgetary reasons.

Article courtesy of: wkyc.com

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