"Here's our .gov site on this:"
Boy, am I glad it's your and not hour.
Reminds me of when a town declared a word illegal ...
When CDC and other real scientists were concerned with a real (non-Trump) problem, it was determined that he objected to certain language found in research papers. It was commonly used to describe common occurrences in that field, vocabulary that had srood the test of time. No reasonable person could object to it. They said.
Scientists everywhere kowtowed to the Orange Man.
I don't recall the details*. [Just remembered! It was anent climate change. Couldn't use that phrase.] Perhaps you do. If not, upon entreaties, I will try to find it.
I spend time on a science forum, filled with credentialed folks; don't recall anyone agreeing with the White House take.
The international fuel trade is one thing. Science that bears on health is another.
I understood why you linked both sites. I'm not sure I understood your interesting times relevance. But any quote from Orwell is, sadly, relevant today.
How do you feel about rats, Winston?