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David Broockman said he supported a study with key findings on people’s opinions of same-sex marriage. But it unraveled when he and a colleague tried to replicate it.
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Also part of a bill facing a floor vote: the future of a program that directs grant money to states whose researchers cannot win it on their own.
Two recent studies of the controversial oil-recovery technique drew funding from sources with a clear interest in the results. Experts say that demonstrates difficulties.
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