The Administration Tried to Muzzle this Scientist on Climate Change. But He Won’t Go Away

From: Washington Post

“Last week, Luber was in Washington to accept one of six Hugh M. Hefner First Amendment Awards. The prizes were established in 1979 by Christie Hefner and named for her father, who founded Playboy magazine. (I was a member of the 2019 judging panel.) Luber, who won in the government category, comes from a field far removed from the racy brand associated with the name Hefner. He is an internationally recognized epidemiologist. Until last year, he was head of the climate and health program at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.”

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