The bill — H.R. 1422 — co-sponsored by 21 other House Republicans (with nary a Democrat in sight) claims that industry experts are not given as much credence as independent academics or those working alongside environmental advocacy groups. This, by and large, is standard operating ethical practice, given that it is far too easy for so-called “industry experts” to manipulate data into benefiting their industry backers, who pay them. Besides, leading scientists, several environmental advocacy groups, and many health experts have banded together to write open letters about the dangers of the bill’s plans.
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