Data Removed From Federal Sites

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on October 29, 2002

The Memory Hole reports that a group of 12 members of Congress, lead by California Rep. Henry Waxman sent a letter to HHS Secretary Thomson expressing concern over the removal of data from HHS web sites. Specifically, content removed included, “scientific information related to abortion and HIV prevention, appointment of scientific experts based on ideology or ties to industry, and discriminatory audits of HIV prevention groups that do not agree with the Administration’s “abstinence only” policy.”

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