Yet another case of Bush administration science suppression

Tue, 2007-08-21 21:34Kevin Grandia
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Yet another case of Bush administration science suppression

From Clayton Sandell at ABC News:

“A federal court today issued a harsh rebuke of the Bush administration for its failure to issue long-delayed reports assessing the impacts and consequences of global warming in the United States.”

And so continues the seemingly endless saga of an administration bent on hiding the facts from a public who is more than capable of judging on its own what is true and what is not. Shows how much this administration respects the intellect of the American public. 
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