11.03.2003

Politics and Science and Politics and Politics and Politics

This comes as no surprise to the scientific community, and it definitely shouldn't surprise anybody in the Bush administration.

CONCLUSION

Federal agencies with global reputations for scientific excellence depend upon the objective input of leading scientists and the impartial analysis of scientific evidence to develop effective policies. The Bush Administration, however, has repeatedly suppressed, distorted, or obstructed science to suit political and ideological goals. These actions go far beyond the traditional influence that Presidents are permitted to wield at federal agencies and compromise the integrity of scientific policymaking.
- U.S. House of Representatives


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