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Michaels' group at George Washington University administers the 3-year-old Project on Scientific Knowledge and Public Policy.
Congress is considering tort reform; the Data Quality Act (Office of Management and Budget 2002) produced a large number of new federal regulations about how government agencies may use scientific data; Daubert hearings (Project on Scientific Knowledge and Public Policy 2003), based on a 10-year-old Supreme Court decision and its progeny, dominate product liability and toxic tort litigation; and the American Law Institute is revisiting its Restatement of Torts (American Law Institute 2003) that proposes to tell judges and others how scientists determine causation.