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Will the Real Ro Khanna Please Stand Up?: Filing in journalist’s suit against House Oversight Committee for outside-consultants records reveals Chairman’s ever-changing stories about purpose, staffing of ‘Big Oil’ investigation

“Disinformation” is a funny thing. As made clear in a filing this evening in Schilling v. Speaker Pelosi, et al., one could get whiplash from the claims by congressmen, activists and donors about whether or not “the [Oversight] committee has enlisted the aid of “a lot of people” involved in planning the Waxman hearings for […]

Journalist Files New Complaint Against House Oversight Committee re Use of Donor Provided Staff

Journalist Rob Schilling filed an amended complaint today in his common law right of access lawsuit against Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, other senior House officers, the House itself and its Committee on Oversight & Reform. Schilling seeks emails and other records pertaining to the Committee’s use of donor-provided consultants to help guide an […]

New Biden Admin. Enforcement Attorney Served as Rockefeller ‘Cutout’ in Climate Litigation

Who is Alexandra Klass? President Biden has quietly brought in at least the second member of the “climate” litigation industry into his administration in senior legal positions. Both are academics found to have been using their position at a public university to assist the climate lawsuits. This time it’s a University of Minnesota Law School […]

California Court Orders Release of Public Records: Correspondence of Member of Plaintiffs’ Tort Team

GAO prevails in suit seeking records to educate on how public institutions come to be used, with whom: Academics involved in “going after climate denialism along with a bunch of state and local prosecutors,” Biden Administration lawyer also tied to judicial briefings on plaintiffs’ climate tort arguments The Superior Court of California for the County […]

Prepare to Be Judged

CLW readers may recall the effort by the plaintiffs’ climate tort movement, unearthed by Government Accountability & Oversight (GAO) and Energy Policy Advocates (EPA), to brief federal judges on the plaintiffs’ case. New public records from the Department of Energy in FOIA litigation brought by EPA shed further light on this. Here is a summary opening a window into […]