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RELEASE: Committee Leaders , , and Announce Series of Climate Hearings over Two Day Period Early Next Year
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US Rep E.B.Johnson Nov 12
"We are open. We want to hear from you." Read my thoughts on how I would restore the House Science Committee's role as the door to the future and return its focus to value science if I am chosen as Chair in the new congress.
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Science Committee Nov 11
On we honor the brave men and women who not only have devoted their lives to protect the nation but who also play a large role in driving American innovation. From the front lines to the research lab, we thank you.
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NASA HQ PHOTO Nov 9
Family, friends, and colleagues pay their respects to former NASA astronaut Alan Bean at his interment at in Virginia:
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NOAA Education Nov 8
Happy ! NOAA has a boat load of STEM resources to help you teach about the ocean and atmosphere.
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Science Committee Nov 8
Happy ! Strengthening all-inclusive engagement in will undoubtedly open doors to a brighter future for American innovation and technology. Students of all backgrounds deserve the freedom to explore STEM opportunities. Everyday should be STEM Day!
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Science Committee Nov 6
Ranking Member has three priorities that she would emphasize if appointed Chair of the Science Committee next Congress. Read her statement:
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Science Committee Oct 30
Replying to @RepEBJ @WHO
↓ READ 's statement on 's and child health report ↓ More:
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World Health Organization (WHO) Oct 30
Replying to @DrTedros
"We need: -All countries & cities to commit to meeting WHO standards for air quality in the next 12 years -To agree unequivocally on the need for a 🌍 free of -Common goals for our common future, such as reducing the number of deaths from air pollution"–
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Science Committee Oct 30
.: More than 90% of the world’s children breathe toxic air every day →
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US Rep E.B.Johnson Oct 25
I was delighted to speak at yesterday! Promoting education and careers is crucial for the future of our country. And the greater the diversity of people entering these fields, the brighter our future will be!
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Science Committee Oct 25
Ranking Members & wrote a letter of concern () nearly two years ago about the President's cybersecurity vulnerabilities. We need to examine these issues as they continue to pose potential national security threats.
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Science Committee Oct 15
RELEASE: Ranking Member Refutes Pres. Trump’s Denial of
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U.S. FDA Oct 10
Take a few minutes to go over this ✓list of precautions to take for storing water, food & medical supplies in prep for -related rain, possible flooding and power outages
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NWS Key West Oct 10
Hurricane Michael made landfall shortly after 1:00 PM EDT near Mexico, Beach Florida. The storm had maximum sustained winds near 155 mph at landfall, making it the third strongest landfall on record for the United States.
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Rep. Scott Peters Oct 9
Equal access to STEM education and jobs for women is critical to growing the economy and U.S. competitiveness. Today celebrates the achievements of women in San Diego and across the country, who pioneered these fields. They are an example for young women today.
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Science Committee Oct 9
The ’s benefits would have been worth $33 billion ANNUALLY and would have saved countless lives while combating . We should continue working to do what it takes to improve our air quality, not sacrificing our Nation’s health.
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US Rep E.B.Johnson Oct 9
Climate change is real but we can do something about it. We must heed this dire warning and act by sharply cutting carbon emissions and investing in research. We must act for the future of humanity.
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Science Committee Oct 9
READ: Ranking Member ’s Statement on 's Global Warming Special Report Full Release:
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Suzanne Bonamici Oct 8
58% of women in academia experience sexual harassment, according to . Proud to support this legislation to coordinate federal science agency efforts to implement policy changes to address sexual harassment.
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