Bush Administration Is Turning Gagging From Tactic to Policy

Wed, 2006-09-27 08:53Ross Gelbspan
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Bush Administration Is Turning Gagging From Tactic to Policy

Researchers are charging the Bush Administration with yet again muzzling their scientific findings regarding climate change.

In this case, a scientist at NOAA claims the agency has gagged his attempts to expalin connections between global warming and hurricane intensity.

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