Censorsing Science: A Stem Cell Story (2008)
This report describes federal and state policies on human embryonic stem cell research to illustrate how the Constitution’s First Amendment protections of the free exchange of ideas, the right to petition the government and the expectation of government transparency are only as strong as our demand for their protection.

Redacting the Science of Climate Change (2007)
This report, which presents and synthesizes the findings of a year-long investigation to determine the extent of political interference at federal climate science agencies, demonstrates how policies and practices have increasingly restricted the flow of scientific information emerging from publicly-funded climate change research.

Political Science: A Report on Science and Censorship (2007)
This report details censorship of government scientists, suppression and distortion of research, and retaliation and intimidation in federal science agencies, and sets forth the serious First Amendment implications of such practices.