On Saturday, February 16, 2019, E&E Legal President Craig Richardson joined NH's The Advocates, broadcast on NewsTalk 1350 & 103.3FM, to discuss the 'Green New Deal.'
by Michael Barnes Liberty Headlines A federal district court for the District of Columbia has upheld the Trump administration’s crackdown on cronyism within the Environmental Protection Agency. Tuesday’s ruling in the case Physicians for Social Responsibility vs. Wheeler was a big win for the Trump administration—but the case is far from settled, said Steve Milloy, a [...]
Daily Caller: Why Was liberal Billionaire Tom Steyer so Quiet About his Support for the Green New Deal?
by Chris White The Daily Caller Billionaire Tom Steyer is keeping a low profile with respect to his support for the Democratic Party’s Green New Deal. It’s an unusual position for one of the environmentalist movement’s biggest advocates. Steyer has stayed mum on an all-encompassing climate resolution that promises to completely remake the American economy. [...]
by James Murphy The New American On Tuesday, the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia upheld a Trump-era EPA rule that disqualifies scientists in receipt of grants from the EPA from holding any advisory position in the agency. During the Obama administration, many scientists given those highly coveted advisory positions were also being [...]
by E&E Legal Craig Richardson As appearing on Townhall.com This week may well mark the last hurrah for both a rumored run for the presidency by New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and his high-profile lawsuit against five energy producers. Last January, New York City joined several other municipalities in filing lawsuits against major [...]
by Michael Bastasch, Energy Editor The Daily Caller The District of Columbia District Court granted the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) petition to dismiss legal action against a policy to prohibit scientists from receiving agency funding while sitting on advisory boards. EPA issued the policy directive in 2017 under former Administrator Scott Pruitt. A coalition of [...]
U.S. District Court for D.C. Upholds Trump EPA Ban of Conflicted Science Advisors E&E Legal's Steve Milloy Instrumental in Initiating and Pushing the Issue Forward For Immediate Release: February 13, 2019 Contact: [email protected] 202-810-2001 Washington, D.C. - Yesterday, the U.S. District Court for DC upheld the Trump Administration's Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's) efforts to clean up cronyism in how coveted [...]
by Erin Mundahl InsideSources Infrastructure is both the the bill that won’t pass and idea that won’t die. Last year, President Donald Trump pushed Congress to pass a $1.5 trillion package to help repair aging transportation and utility infrastructure around the country. That bill failed to get off the ground. This year, the president was [...]
By Greg Walcher, E&E Legal Senior Policy Fellow As Appearing in the Daily Sentinel If I said my eyes have an optical power of more than 50 dioptres, would you say that is impossible? Or perfectly normal? Or like most people, would you ask, "What in the world is a dioptre?" Context matters. In today's [...]
By James Delingpole Breitbart Your Week in Global Warming The Midwest and Northeast are being ravaged by the Polar Vortex. Illinois has recorded its coldest temperature on record. Aurora, Illinois has recorded the coldest afternoon on record. Mail deliveries and flights have been cancelled. Governors in Illinois, Wisconsin and Michigan have declared emergencies... Here is [...]