Sunday, April 09, 2006

Science Advisory Board is Abolished

So I was perusing the New York Times the other day and caught this tiny little snippet of a story: Science Advisory Board is Abolished. Apparently, Energy Secretary Samuel W. Bodman has abolished his deparmtent's Science Advisory Board because he judges it to be "unnecessary after President Bush set the department agenda in his State of the Union address."


What does that mean?

And why is it a teeny little article?