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Over 150 Scientific Organizations, Sixty-Two Nobel Laureates urge Repeal of Controversial Immigration Ban

The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and 150 other leading scientific organizations and universities sent a letter to President Trump urging him to rescind his controversial executive order preventing immigration from seven countries. They said it would harm America’s science and technology capabilities by discouraging bright students, scholars, scientists, and innovators from coming to the United States to study, attend conferences, work, and build businesses. Nearly a hundred leading high-tech companies also opposed the order on similar grounds.

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