5 thoughts on “McCarthy: EPA can’t give scientific data to Congress because of medical privacy concerns — What’s redaction?”

  1. But the New York state authorities got information about a prescription for psychotropic medication and used that to seize firearms — from, it turns out, a different person altogether, mistaken identity, you know. How in heck did they get that information??

  2. The Harvard Six Cities study data was given to Health Effects Institute some years ago. Congress or their agents should have access to the data.

  3. It seems more and more people are refusing to release info because of privacy concerns. Of course, nobody can look at it, nobody can no if privacy their privacy is violated.

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