Scientific transparency

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Despite the good news for those interested in transparency in science and regulatory policymaking, there remains a bias in how the story is told.
A final “rule” regarding was promulgated in 2017.
Before proceeding, let me make my bias clear.
The “pivotal regulatory science” used in setting air pollution standards are epidemiological studies measuring the effects of particulate matter (PM) on our health.
Yesterday, the New York Times reported on the administration’s efforts to improve transparency in the science used in making regulatory decisions.
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