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Chris Horner was on the Bill Cunningham @Willie700WLW national show Sunday at 12:35 am/9:35 Pacific, and in Cincinnati in the morning, discussing @GAOED2 and @ClimateLitWatch. You can listen below.
PRESS RELEASE: November 4, 2019 8:00 AM Citing Newly Obtained Paris Climate Treaty Memo, GAO Files Suit against State Dept. Seeking Obama Administration Documents As President Trump prepares to formally withdraw from Paris a newly obtained Memorandum of Law, if genuine, represents “major political and legal scandal”, “unlawful entry” to treaty WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today […]
Emails show state officials attend Rockefeller Brothers Fund conference on phasing out natural gas By Valerie Richardson– The Washington Times – Tuesday, October 1, 2019 After decades as one of the nation’s poorest states, New Mexico finds itself awash in revenue from the state’s oil-and-gas boom — so much so that Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham last month proposed […]
Pressure is building on New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas over his office’s use of attorneys that are paid for by a group created with financial backing of New York City Mayor and climate activist Michael Bloomberg. Balderas is one of 11 state attorneys general known to the public who has brought on such private […]
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