by Joseph Weber
Fox News

They worked hard, they played hard.

Newly obtained emails reveal a seemingly close relationship, during and after work hours, between an EPA office and influential environmental groups — showing a top agency official encouraged one such group to write an anti-coal report and even invited members to a summer bash featuring an “ice luge” for liquor shots…

The Energy and Environment Legal Institute acquired emails last year through a Freedom of Information Act request that appear to show the Sierra Club worked with the EPA to stop efforts to build the Keystone XL crude oil pipeline.

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