CLW readers know that billionaire climate- and otherwise political activist Michael Bloomberg created a group to place privately hired attorneys in AG offices “to advance the agenda represent by” Bloomberg’s group. Meaning, Bloomberg’s agenda.
As CLW noted previously, Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh – the only Bloomberg-financed AG hiding his “application” for private underwriting of climate prosecutions – asked the Baltimore City Circuit Court to seal his application from public view.
This request to seal, and thereby conceal, this document in unredacted form came in litigation seeking release of the document filed on behalf of the transparency group Energy Policy Advocates (EPA), in a case filed by Government Accountability & Oversight, P.C. (GAO).
This is the Court’s Order keeping whatever Frosh said to Bloomberg’s advocacy group sealed from public view until the Court rules.
Frosh’s successor as Bloomberg’s lead recruiter of AGs, Massachusetts’ Maura Healey, recently released her application in litigation after foot-dragging in that Office led to being sued by EPA, also filed by GAO.