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  1. James Perry
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  3. Tuesday, March 10 2015, 04:59 PM
I have just seen this article in the Washington Post:"Florida scientist told to remove words 'climate change' from study on climate change". You can read it at this link:

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I've also recently read that North Carolina has tried to outlaw the use of sea level rise in order to protect real estate prices on the Outer Banks. Does anyone have any info on NC, or on any other state that is trying to politically silence scientists?
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