Thousands of people of all ages participated in marches for science across the country on April 22. But some scientists feel that marches like these are a mistake and risk politicizing science. This is a special report about young activists at the San Francisco march. What do you think about the role science plays in society, and the efforts to advocate for federal funding for scientific research?
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