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209 KO Space Affirmative Wave II

209 KO Space Affirmative Wave II

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DDI 08Space AFF Wave IIAnuj, Jackie, Matt1/96
Space Satellite AFF Wave II
States
Space Satellite AFF Wave II.............................................................................................1A2: States CP- 2AC Frontline...........................................................................................3Federal government incentives key 2 SPS.......................................................................8Space Politics Links- Bipart Opposition..........................................................................9McCain supports..............................................................................................................10Bipartisan Support..........................................................................................................11Obama Loves the Plan.....................................................................................................13Military Lobbies...............................................................................................................14Space Lobbies Approve...................................................................................................15Disaster Relief- 2AC Add-On # 1 (Big Impact).............................................................16Disaster Relief- 2AC Add-On # 2 (Small Impact).........................................................18INHERENCY: DISASTERS COMING NOW.............................................................20NATURAL DISASTERS BAD.......................................................................................21POVERTY........................................................................................................................22STRAIGHT TURNING ECON DISADS......................................................................23TURN OTHER IMPACTS.............................................................................................24Disaster Relief- SBSP Solves Disaster Relief.................................................................25Aerospace Add-On...........................................................................................................31Aerospace Declining.........................................................................................................37Space Mil Now..................................................................................................................40Aerospace Key to Hege....................................................................................................45Aerospace key to Economy.............................................................................................50SSP key to Aero Leadership............................................................................................55SSP Key to Space Domination........................................................................................57SSP key to Space Radar..................................................................................................59Space power key to hegemony........................................................................................60Space Domination Solves War........................................................................................63UAV’s Necessary..............................................................................................................66Nanotech- Semiconductor Add-ON................................................................................67Defense of Grey Goo........................................................................................................70Federal Government key to Aerospace..........................................................................73SSP Key to reduce Launch Costs...................................................................................75China Add-ON.................................................................................................................76China War coming...........................................................................................................79U.S.-SINO Space War Impacts.......................................................................................81Plan Solves China’s energy needs...................................................................................83Surveillance Prevents Genocide and Nuke War...........................................................89Space Research Solves Diseases......................................................................................90A2: Debris kills Satellites.................................................................................................91Solves Prolif......................................................................................................................93NASA Trade-off/ Credibility Add-on............................................................................94
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Notes- Well kiddos, here is wave 2 of the space affirmative which was put out andassigned during wave 3. Enjoy the advantages and I apologize for the slight indexingproblem (last minute indexing).-Anuj
***Some Work for the next wave includes: Politics- the Bush Bad link turns, the Kagan07 card lol, In-depth nanotech advantages, and about 15 more add-ons.***
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A2: States CP- 2AC Frontline
1. Perm: [insert appropriate perm]
2. Perm solves: State and federal action together result in the best possible regulations-divisions of state and federal power should not be static
Kristin
Engel
, University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law, 1/
07
, “Harnessing the Benefits of DynamicFederalism in Environmental Law,” Arizona Legal Studies Discussion Paper No. 06-37The states’ failure to restrict their regulatory authority to issues impacting only their own jurisdictions, and thefederal government’s failure to regulate only when the states’ ability to address an issue effectively is hobbled bycollective action problems, are inconsistent with the policy implications of the scholarly debate over environmentalfederalism, in which scholars have supported a particular allocation of at least primary regulatory authority betweenthe states and the federal government.
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The purpose of this Article is not to reengage in the long-running debate over whether, and when, the federal or the state governments are the more appropriate environmental regulators.
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Rather,the purpose is to question the fundamental assumption underlying the debate: that regulatory authority to addressenvironmental ills should be allocated to one or the other level of government with minimal overlap. This Articleargues first that
a static allocation of authority between the state and federal government is inconsistent withthe process of policymaking in our federal system, in which multiple levels of government interact in theregulatory process. Absent constitutional changes that would lock in a specific allocation of authority, broad,overlapping authority between levels of government may be essential to prompting regulatory activity at thepreferred level of government.
This Article further argues that
a static allocation of authority deprives citizensof the benefits of overlapping jurisdiction, such as a built-in check upon interest group capture, greateropportunities for regulatory innovation and refinement,
and relief for the courts from the often futile andconfusing task of jurisdictional line-drawing. Part I.A of this Article critiques the scholarly adherence to a generallyrigid separation between state and federal jurisdiction, which I argue is rooted in the dominance of economic modelsin the environmental federalism debates. In Part I.B, I contrast the scholarly preoccupation with the separation of federal and state power with environmental federalism in practice, which is marked by a large degree of  jurisdictional overlap and interaction between the states and the federal government. Part II of this Article sets forth
an alternative vision of environmental federalism, drawing upon recent scholarship
that
conceives the statesand the federal government as alternative—not mutually exclusive— sources of regulatory authority. Such aconception views the interaction between the two levels of government as a means of improving the qualityand responsiveness of regulation.
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