In case you missed it, the State of Rhode Island’s private attorneys at Sher Edling LLP responded last week to Energy Policy Advocates’ Amicus brief in the First Circuit Court of Appeals. As CLW and other outlets have pointed out, public records obtained by the transparency group Energy Policy Advocates strongly suggest that the State of Rhode Island […]
The United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit has issued an Order allowing the transparency group Energy Policy Advocates to file its amicus brief, over Rhode Island’s opposition. That brief introduces some remarkable public records, including two independent sets of notes taken at a private meeting (of public officials, with activist donors), documenting […]
Read the brief here.
Read the response here. In sum, we’re not saying those two separate sets of notes are real but, if they are, the head of the Department of Environmental Management wasn’t telling the truth about about us suing oil companies to get a “sustainable funding stream” because the legislature doesn’t share the executive’s ‘green’ spending priorities. […]
It seems that when the Rockefellers get public employees together to discuss the energy rationing agenda, one had better not wear short sleeves even in July. They keep the A/C wicked cold. As usual with the climate warriors, Other people need to go without, For me and not for thee, and all that. h/t Energy […]