Apparently this bill called the "Honest Act" would prohibit the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) from proposing, finalizing, or publishing regulations or assessments based on science that isn’t transparent or reproducible. I'm confused though, how is that any different than what we are doing now? Does Congress honestly believe that there is not sound scientific evidence to back up every regulation put forth by the EPA? I am flabbergasted. Please vote "Nay" to the "Honest Act" which would undoubtedly negatively impact the climate science community that is currently working to save the planet (and future generations) from the destructive greed of wealthy white men like you.