Union of Concerned Scientists issues “Integrity in Policymaking” report

Feb 20, 2004 20:13 · 67 words · 1 minute read

Sixty scientists, including twenty Nobel laureates, believe that Bush distorts science:

The Union of Concerned Scientists, an independent organization, also issued a 37-page report, “Scientific Integrity in Policymaking,” detailing the accusations. The statement and the report both accuse the Bush administration of distorting and suppressing findings that contradict administration policies, stacking panels with like-minded and underqualified scientists with ties to industry, and eliminating some advisory committees altogether.