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Bullet policy · Feb 13, 2023

Latest Public Policy Report

The Public Policy Report has been released. The report provides analysis and communication on important issues in the scientific community.

In this issue:

  • Alondra Nelson Departs OSTP
  • Survey Shows Bipartisan Support for Federal Investment in Science
  • Republican Lawmakers, Governors Push Back Against New WOTUS Rule
  • NSF Releases Diversity in STEM Report
  • House Science, Natural Resources Committees Finalize Leadership
  • Webinar Series: Envisioning an Action Center on Biological Collections
  • Help Inform Science Policy: Participate in the 2023 AIBS Congressional Visits Day
  • The Need for a Specimen Management Plan Requirement: Webinar Recording Available, Input Sought
  • Short Takes

    • Biden Touts Legislative Victories in State of the Union Address
    • Call for Nominations: National Medal of Science
    • EPA Seeks Nominations for Science Advisory Board
  • From the Federal Register

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