Does Capitol Hill Know Enough About Science? Congress may not have the scientific expertise it needs to evaluate current issues such as energy policy, climate change, public health and more. Would a nonpartisan scientific advisory group help?
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Does Capitol Hill Know Enough About Science?

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Does Capitol Hill Know Enough About Science?

Does Capitol Hill Know Enough About Science?

Does Capitol Hill Know Enough About Science?

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Congress may not have the scientific expertise it needs to evaluate current issues such as energy policy, climate change, public health and more. Would a nonpartisan scientific advisory group help? Rep. Rush Holt (D-NJ) wants to find out.