Editorial: Let’s leave science to the scientists

The Daily Courier (Arizona)
Published: May 16, 2011

Come on, seriously? Political division is now threatening to run aground scientific analysis of our national forests? It appears so.

President Obama was the target for critics on Monday who say his administration is reversing his pledge to let science dictate new guidelines for protecting clean water and wildlife on nearly 200 million acres of U.S. national forests. Naturally, with 1.25 million acres of Prescott National Forest in our backyard, the debate reaches close to home.  Read more…


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