Los Angeles billionaire Elon Musk, chief executive of Hawthorne rocket maker SpaceX, testified before Congress that the U.S. Air Force and other agencies currently are paying too high a price to one of his competitors to launch its most valuable satellites, the Los Angeles Times reports. Musk wants the government to use competitive bidding instead.
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