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March for Science
The March for Science champions robustly funded and publicly communicated science as a pillar of human freedom and prosperity.
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The administration is prohibiting officials at CDC from using 7 words/phrases in official documents being prepared for next year’s budget. That list of forbidden words? Evidence-based science-based vulnerable entitlement diversity transgender fetus.
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Keep the resistance going! Contact your Congress members & urge them to defend 👉
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Are you going to see The this weekend? Check out the behind Star Wars:
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March for Science Dec 14
🚨 Update 🚨 Over 500 of us have signed the petition telling our representatives in Congress and our state attorney generals to support and pass legislation to protect the net. Let's DOUBLE THAT. SIGN AND SHARE:
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March for Science Dec 14
Replying to @ScienceMarchDC
Directly contact Congress regarding here: RT to Spread the word! Now is the time to ACT. We’ve come together as a community to ignite change before and we can do it again.
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March for Science Dec 14
Replying to @bowskeyes
Thanks for taking action Stephanie!
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March for Science Dec 14
Join us in continuing to fight for Net Neutrality and in supporting the essential rights of all people to access information freely and fairly. Contact your Congress members & urge them to defend using this tool:
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March for Science Dec 14
Our statement on (continued) The March for Science strongly opposes this decision: all scientists and all communities should have unbiased access to scientific knowledge and research. (2/2)
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March for Science Dec 14
Our statement on : On December 14, the FCC voted to end net neutrality, repealing rules that ensured that internet service providers (ISPs) could not change your internet speed based on the websites you visit and apps you use. (1/2)
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March for Science Dec 14
Replying to @Celeste_pewter
Hi Celeste, we would love to chat with you. Care to DM us your email address? Thanks!
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The Associated Press Dec 14
BREAKING: The FCC votes on party lines to undo sweeping Obama-era `net neutrality' rules that guaranteed equal access to internet.
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March for Science Dec 14
Want to know more about our campaign? Check out RT and Share with your community! 🗳️🔬
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March for Science Dec 14
Replying to @ScienceMarchDC
If your state hasn't adopted NGSS, share this: “Did you know that [insert state] has not adopted updated science education standards? World-class science standards are vital for ensuring a strong economy & a better future for our children. Learn more here:
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March for Science Dec 14
Replying to @ScienceMarchDC
If your state HAS adopted NGSS, share this: “Did you know that [insert state] has chosen to adopt world-class science standards in our classrooms? I’m so proud that our state supports a strong economy & a better future for our children! Learn more here:
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March for Science Dec 14
🗳️ Update: Has your state adopted improved standards? Find out if your state has adopted the Next Generation Science Standards here:
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March for Science Dec 14
Facing mounting opposition, Dourson withdrew his name.
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March for Science Dec 14
Of 43 Trump administration nominees in science-related positions , including two for Health and Human Services secretary, almost 60 percent did not have a master’s degree or a doctorate in a science or health field, according to an AP analysis.
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March for Science Dec 14
WATCH LIVE: Net Neutrality Vote"
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March for Science Dec 13
If you have a personal list, make sure you list this! Thank YOU for making science heard.
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March for Science Dec 13
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