Critics say an EPA rule may restrict science used for public health regulations

The agency argues the proposed policy would increase transparency, but some scientists disagree

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A rule meant to increase transparency in environmental research could prevent relevant scientific evidence from factoring into the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s regulations, argue the editors of six scientific journals.

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