StateImpact Pennsylvania reported the Corbett Administration cut a scientific research program’s budget by nearly 70 percent in December. Department of Conservation and Natural Resources officials also removed research looking into the effects of natural gas drilling and climate change from a list of projects recommended for grants. WITF’s Tim Lambert interviewed StateImpact Pennsylvania’s Scott Detrow about the implications of the budget reduction. Here’s the  audio: {mp3}fundstwoway{/mp3}"> StateImpact Pennsylvania reported the Corbett Administration cut a scientific research program’s budget by nearly 70 percent in December. Department of Conservation and Natural Resources officials also removed research looking into the effects of natural gas drilling and climate change from a list of projects recommended for grants. WITF’s Tim Lambert interviewed StateImpact Pennsylvania’s Scott Detrow about the implications of the budget reduction. Here’s the  audio: {mp3}fundstwoway{/mp3}"> StateImpact Pennsylvania reported the Corbett Administration cut a scientific research program’s budget by nearly 70 percent in December. Department of Conservation and Natural Resources officials also removed research looking into the effects of natural gas drilling and climate change from a list of projects recommended for grants. WITF’s Tim Lambert interviewed StateImpact Pennsylvania’s Scott Detrow about the implications of the budget reduction. Here’s the  audio: {mp3}fundstwoway{/mp3}"> How The Corbett Administration Slashed Science Spending | State House Sound Bites | witf.org
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How The Corbett Administration Slashed Science Spending

Written by Scott Detrow, StateImpact Pennsylvania Reporter | Jan 19, 2012 3:41 PM

Yesterday, StateImpact Pennsylvania reported the Corbett Administration cut a scientific research program’s budget by nearly 70 percent in December.

Department of Conservation and Natural Resources officials also removed research looking into the effects of natural gas drilling and climate change from a list of projects recommended for grants.

WITF’s Tim Lambert interviewed StateImpact Pennsylvania’s Scott Detrow about the implications of the budget reduction. Here’s the  audio:

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