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Tracey Woodruff

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Tracey Woodruff is a professor at the University of California at San Francisco. She formerly served as a senior scientist and policy advisor at the EPA to the Clinton and Bush Administrations.

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Science got off to a rocky start even before President Trump was sworn in. On the stump, he vowed to reduce the Environmental Protection Agency to "little tidbits."

Troubling signs for science under Trump

Science got off to a rocky start even before President Trump was sworn in. On the stump, he vowed to reduce the Environmental Protection Agency to "little tidbits."

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