Scientists See U.S. Distortion Scores of scientists release a report alleging the Bush administration distorts and censors scientific findings that contradict its policies. At least 58 leading scientists -- including Nobel laureates, medical experts, former federal agency directors and university executives -- signed a letter accompanying the report circulated by the Union of Concerned Scientists. Hear NPR's Richard Harris.
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Scientists Accuse White House of Distortion

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Scientists Accuse White House of Distortion

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Scientists Accuse White House of Distortion

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Scores of scientists release a report alleging the Bush administration distorts and censors scientific findings that contradict its policies. At least 58 leading scientists — including Nobel laureates, medical experts, former federal agency directors and university executives — signed a letter accompanying the report circulated by the Union of Concerned Scientists. Hear NPR's Richard Harris.