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More than 500 EPA scientists knew of “many” or “some” cases “where EPA political appointees had inappropriately involved themselves in scientific decisions,” according to the study.
Nearly 400 scientists, some 31 percent, reported misstatements by EPA officials that misrepresented scientists’ findings, UCS said.
The survey “is a scathing indictment of the Bush administration’s repeated efforts to twist, misuse, and ignore scientific facts in favor of special interests,” [Senator Sheldon] Whitehouse said.