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    With a 25 year Career in Particle Physics,
    Bill is the only PhD Scientist in Congress

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    At 19, Bill Co-Founded a Company
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    Theater Lighting Equipment in the U.S.

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    As the son of a Civil Rights Lawyer,
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Earther: America’s Government Scientists Are Eyeing a Future in Politics

By Maddie Stone PHILADELPHIA—As the Trump administration continues to attack science, scientists continue to push back, whether by joining rallies and strikes or running for office. In the next election cycle, the ranks of those choosing the latter route may include more federal government scientists, a group that has traditionally preferred to remain out of the spotlight. That, […]

Daily Herald: Suburban Democrats call for release of full Mueller report

By Lauren Rohr Suburban Democrats are calling for the release of special counsel Robert Mueller’s full report after receiving a summary of the investigation Sunday that clears President Donald Trump of collusion with Russia in the 2016 election. Mueller’s probe did not reach a conclusion on whether Trump obstructed justice, Attorney General William Barr said […]

Foster Statement on J.B. Pritzker’s Inauguration

Today is a new and exciting day for all citizens of Illinois. I congratulate Governor Pritzker on his inauguration and look forward to seeing all the great things his administration will do for our state. The budget crisis eroded the confidence that citizens of Illinois should have in their government, and too many people suffered […]

Daily Herald: Foster wins over Stella in 11th Congressional District race

By Katlyn Smith Naperville Democrat Bill Foster will retain his 11th Congressional District seat after a convincing win over Republican challenger Nick Stella. Foster returns to Congress for his fourth term as one of the most vocal suburban critics of the Trump presidency. Foster coasted to re-election with 140,538 votes, according to unofficial results from 467 […]

Scientific American: Scientist-Politicians Go Local: From Lab Bench to a Deep Bench

By David S. Rauf On his way from Princeton University to the New Jersey state capitol building in Trenton a few weeks ago, Andrew Zwicker was noticeably amped. Zwicker is the head of scientific education at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, but he was en route to his other job: state lawmaker. He was excited because […]

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