The Space Preservation Act of 2001 (HR 2977) was changed to the Space Preservation Act of 2002 HR 3616, and was ratified by Congress. Unfortunately, most of the critical wording that was in HR 2977 (presented in the previous Carnicom work titled SPACE PRESERVATION ACT OF 2001 from October 2, 2001) that showed promise in protecting citizens of the world was removed. There is no mention of the need to restrict the use of chemicals or biologicals against human populations. The full text of this Act is presented here for comparison to the Act of 2001.
The Space Preservation Act of 2001 was first introduced to Congress in 2001 by US Representative Dennis Kucinich, and was named HR 2977. This bill is listed in its entirety on this page.