Coronavirus

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As we deal with this global pandemic, PEER is adapting and responding, and continuing our work of protecting public employees who protect our environment, natural resources and public health. 

First, we’re prioritizing the health of our staff by practicing social distancing and working from home.  With today’s modern technologies, we won’t miss a beat, though. 

Our work watch-dogging the Trump administration will continue as we expose corruption, malfeasance and anti-science agendas in government. Working with employee contacts, we will also attempt to expose and help remedy harmful breakdowns of pollution controls, natural resource protections and public health protections. 

Finally, we will be working to make sure that public employees are afforded appropriate protections at work, including such measures as liberal teleworking and other steps needed to reduce the risk of infection at work.  

Losing Our Voice: The Attack on Public Health Science

In the flurry of activity to respond to the pandemic, public health officials and scientists have lost our voices. Many may not realize it, but our current pandemic may be the first in U.S. history that has been led, not by scientists, as was the case in the past, but by non-scientists in Offices of Public Affairs. Read More>>

CORONAVIRUS NEWS FROM PEER

PEERMail: Losing Our Voices

Fortunately, in the face of calamity, many state and local leaders of both parties are now pushing back against this failed model of governance, and letting scientists, doctors, public health...

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