This bill does not reflect a fundamental understanding of the scientific process. Many of the studies the EPA uses can not easily be peer reviewed (how can you quickly reproduce a 10-year study on the growth of children affected by lead poisoning in utero?). Plus, much of the information that this bill would require to be disclosed is private health information that study subjects do not want to become public domain (and redaction is not a good solution as anyone who signs a confidentiality agreement could access that info). In short, this bill would hurt the EPAs ability to use the best available research to protect our citizens and environment: Research would be slowed and made costlier, good scientists would be discouraged from working with the government, and corporations would be able to delay the formation of necessary safety regulations. Listen to the intelligent American minds in the science community and let them do their jobs!