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Science Policy and Election 2004

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Science Policy and Election 2004

Science Policy and Election 2004

Science Policy and Election 2004

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With the presidential election just days away, most polls are showing the race between incumbent President George W. Bush and Sen. John Kerry as being too close to call. We consider the differences — and similarities — between the science and technology policy positions of the two major presidential candidates.

Guests:

Dan Greenberg, author of Science, Money, and Politics. Contributing editor for The Lancet.

Jeffrey Mervis, deputy news editor of Science magazine

Roger Cochetti, group director for U.S. Public Policy, Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA).