volume 79, issue 13, P165-165 1998
DOI: 10.1029/98eo00121
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Abstract: Vernon Ehlers has a tall order. The Republican congressman from Michigan is aiming for the completion of a comprehensive yet concise national science policy report by about June. That would be less than one year after the Republican leadership assigned him the task of leading the development of the report by the House of Representatives science committee that could stimulate a national debate on science policy, serve as a long‐range vision statement, and perhaps form the basis for a House resolution.

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