Science Progress has just announced their most popular features of 2008:
Some of them dealt with major controversies over political interference with science at the Environmental Protection Agency, the teaching of creationism, and women's access to reproductive health services. Others tackled challenges of a networked world, or considered how policy can better harness the talents of a burgeoning scientific workforce.
It's worth a read so go see what made the list (you might even recognize a couple of the authors). Still, I'm most interested to hear from readers... What would you rank as the biggest science policy stories of last year?