Government Employees To Trump: Censoring Science Will End With Leaks

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A national alliance of government employees, including state and federal scientists, warned President Donald Trump to protect scientific integrity or face a relentless wave of public backlash.
Jeff Ruch, executive director of the Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, urged Trump in a letter Tuesday to take over President Barack Obama’s unfinished mission of improving standards for government scientists. Censoring science, Ruch added, “is doomed to fail and will create needless backlash.”
“Simply put, administration attempts to manipulate science to fit its official talking points will inescapably fail, automatically be leaked and subject your White House to

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