Andrew Rosenberg

Union of Concerned Scientists

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Andrew Rosenberg is Director of the Center for Science and Democracy at the Union of Concerned Scientists, a nonprofit advocacy group for science in public policy.

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Personal medical records behind public health regulations are now stamped "confidential."  If they aren’t opened up, the Trump EPA says it will ignore them.

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More than a million species of plants, animals, fish and insects are going extinct because of human activity. A massive report from the UN blames it partly on climate change.

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Attorney General Scott Pruitt of Oklahoma speaking at CPAC in National Harbor, Maryland, on March 3, 2016.

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Attorney General Scott Pruitt of Oklahoma speaking at CPAC in National Harbor, Maryland, on March 3, 2016.

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