Society Letters

Letter to House Science Committee on EPA Transparency Rule

November 13, 2019

To: Chairwoman Johnson and Ranking Member Lucas

"We strongly oppose EPA’s efforts to restrict the use of the best available science in its policymaking. Please request that EPA ensure research is protected, and ensure this rule does not move forward. We support the goal of improving the transparency of science and access to data. When feasible, scientists should strive for appropriate public access to data to maximize utility and trust in the scientific process. However, there are many credible scientific studies where the exposure of raw data to the public is infeasible or would reveal confidential patient or research participant information..."

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