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[greenyes] Pres. Bush's Policies to End Junk Science
U.S. Scientists Say They Are Told to Alter Findings
More than 200 Fish and Wildlife researchers cite cases where conclusions 
were reversed to weaken protections and favor business, a survey finds.
By Julie Cart
Times Staff Writer

February 10, 2005

More than 200 scientists employed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service say 
they have been directed to alter official findings to lessen protections for 
plants and animals, a survey released Wednesday says.

The survey of the agency's scientific staff of 1,400 had a 30% response rate 
and was conducted jointly by the Union of Concerned Scientists and Public 
Employees for Environmental Responsibility.

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