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Congress Will Soon Lose These Crucial Science Advocates

A number of science-minded members of Congress are retiring after this term, and that means crucial initiatives could be in jeopardy. The post Congress Will Soon Lose These Crucial Science Advocates appeared first on WIRED.
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