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Letter to the Senate on Political Science Research in FY 2013 NSF Funding Bill

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Letter to the Senate on Political Science Research in FY 2013 NSF Funding Bill

June 11, 2012

​This letter was sent to the Senate on behalf of 24 higher education associations on National Science Foundation (NSF) funding in the FY 2013 Commerce-Justice-Science appropriations bill. The groups strongly oppose the effort to prohibit NSF from funding political science research as part of a comprehensive national science agenda.

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