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H.R. 801 Challenges the NIH Public Access Policy

Earlier this month, U.S. Representative John Conyers (D-MI) re-introduced H.R. 801, the “Fair Copyright in Research Works Act.” If passed into law, H.R. 801 would reverse the NIH Public Access Policy, which ensures public online access to taxpayer-funded, peer reviewed health research literature, and prevent other federal agencies from implementing similar policies.

To read more about this proposed legislation and its potential implications, see:

Full text of H.R. 801

H.R. 801 on OpenCongress

The Alliance for Taxpayer Access

T. Scott – What I Said About Public Access at the ER&L Conference


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