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Taking a Village to Pillage

The Office of Minnesota’s AG Keith Ellison provides a remarkable example of the network behind the epidemic of climate litigation — “going after climate denialism with a bunch of state and local prosecutors nationwide,” as one academic put it in an infamous email, reminding us as well of the role of activist-donor funded law school […]

DC Circuit Filing Reveals “Pretextual pas de deux”, “Collusive” Litigation Between EPA and Progressive Attorneys General to Vacate Legitimate Ozone Standard, Part of What Advocates Called a “Long Shot,” “Useful Gamble” to Impose Climate Agenda Through Backdoor

Amicus Brief also points to ‘silver lining’ outcome if the AGs lose: help climate ‘nuisance’ plaintiffs, as also promised in “Highly Improper” Biden-Harris campaign vow Emails expose Biden EPA call for 90-day stay to get up to speed; records show EPA’s Acting Assistant Administrator, Petitioners prepared for this moment for more than a year Suit […]

Minnesota Confidential

Off the record, on the QT, and very hush-hush…  CLW is scratching its head trying to square this signed agreement, released in litigation brought by Energy Policy Advocates …with this boast by an environmental activist …who, it turns out, still serves on the advisory board of a (different) climate activist group with the very same Bloomberg-hired […]

Amicus Brief Provides SCOTUS with Unredacted AGs’ Climate-Nuisance “Confidentiality Agreement”, Other New Records

Today, the government-transparency group Energy Policy Advocates filed a petition and proposed brief in support of certiorari in the State of Rhode Island’s “climate nuisance” case which, as the brief notes, subtly shifted its focus after filing — and after “nuisance” claims were dealt further defeats in federal courts — to emphasizing alleged consumer fraud. […]