Talking to your Government Officials: Why It Matters
I’ve learned a lot during my tenure as chair of OSA’s Public
Policy Committee. Not only is it possible for individuals to make
a difference in the lawmaking process, it happens regularly.
Scientists and their constituents matter to government
decision-makers. Their insights matter. Their opinions matter.
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