President George Bush and Democratic challenger John Kerry have staked out contrasting positions on science issues during this year’s presidential campaign, and they’re not just debating about how much money the federal government should spend on science-related programs. The proper role of science in public policy making has became a matter of sharp disagreement.
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Publish Date: 01 September 2004
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