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Minnesota AG Race Becomes Interesting Thanks to Participation in Bloomberg “SAAGs” Scheme

Minnesota AG Keith Ellison, a bit less popular now in that rather chaotic state than four years ago, has three Republicans vying for their party’s nomination to take him on. Apparently all of them are committed, if elected, to firing the “Special Assistant Attorneys General” provided Ellison by billionaire climate activist Michael Bloomberg (chronicled in […]

Bloomberg “SAAG” Withdraws from Ellison “Climate” Case She Filed

Rockefeller Family Fund ‘Cutout’ Revealed Ellison Suit Was Held Until Bloomberg Lawyers Were Provided Friday afternoon brings news of the withdrawal as counsel from Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison‘s lawsuit against energy companies for purported climate sins. That SAAG is Leigh Currie (the remaining SAAG is Peter Surdo, who boasted on his LinkedIn site he […]

Amicus Brief in Texas Reveals New Info on Climate Litigation Industry

Government-transparency group Energy Policy Advocates (“EPA”) has filed an amicus brief with the Texas State Supreme Court, in a case considering Exxon Mobil’s Rule 202 petition against California municipalities like San Francisco and Oakland and their former “climate” lawyer, Matt Pawa.  That action was filed by the company to obtain pre-suit discovery against some of the parties […]

Clinton-Gore EPA Affidavit Resurfaces, Further Undermines Climate Litigation “KNEW!!!” Claims

One Thing in Climate Has Remained Certain: Uncertainty Tomorrow, the House Oversight Oversight & Reform Committee will hold its second hearing in a “year-long investigation” of traditional energy companies. Not only does using Congress’s inherently limited investigative powers to find scapegoats for its own failures to persuade seem on its face unconstitutional given a long-line of […]