These confirm the taxpayer is indeed paying Pruss an hourly rate as a non-employee to play intermediary with Michael Bloomberg’s outfit established to place “special assistant attorneys general” in AG offices to pursue issues of concern to Bloomberg. Following on this post, Energy Policy Advocates have obtained less-redacted billing sheets for the Michigan AG’s consultant, […]
The redaction-happy OAG just doesn’t want the taxpayer to know that Recalling this item:
Following up on today’s written story (that provided credit for the sources), Special Report covered the issue Tuesday night. The email referenced at the end is here, followed by a more damning cousin:
Read the entire story here.
It is unclear if this is yet another Bloomberg SAAG brought in to promote the donor’s agenda. But this should raise eyebrows about NY OAG’s representations to the Court in People of New York v. ExxonMobil…even further.