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Republican Lobbyist Robert Walker on Bush and Science

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Republican Lobbyist Robert Walker on Bush and Science

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Republican Lobbyist Robert Walker on Bush and Science

Republican Lobbyist Robert Walker on Bush and Science

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The Opposing View

Robert Walker, a retired congressman from Pennsylvania who served as chairman of the Science Committee, responds to allegations that the Bush administration has mishandled scientific issues. Walker now serves as chairman of Wexler & Walker, a lobbying firm in Washington, D.C.

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