Originally reported by Steve Milloy, E&E Legal Senior Policy Fellow in the Wall Street Journal: The Trump administration in May began the process of replacing the small army of outside science advisers at the Environmental Protection Agency.
Originally reported by Julie Hocker at The Washington Times: Millions across the world are fighting, praying, and hoping for 11-month-old Charlie Gard’s chance to pursue living. Here, across the pond in the United States, we
For Immediate Release: June 27, 2017 Contact: Info@eelegal.org 202-810-2001 Statement by E&E Legal’s President Craig Richardson on EPA, Army Corps of Engineers Announcement Re: Plans to Rescind Waters of the U.S. (WOTUS) Rule WASHINGTON, D.C.
The Center for Medical Progress became famous over the past few years when they released secret videos of Planned Parenthood. These videos exposed the inner workings of the controversial organization. However, California Attorney General, Xavier
State Department Attempts to Change Rules in Response to E&E Legal Suit in order to Avoid Releasing Requested Paris Treaty Records Washington, D.C. – Yesterday Attorneys for the State Department filed a brief in response to the Energy &
Reported by Steve Milloy in the Washington Times: It’s great news the Trump administration is starting to dismantle the junk science life-support system for government overregulation. Budget cuts at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and
For Immediate Release: June 1, 2017 Contact: Craig Richardson email@example.com 202-810-2001 E&E Legal Senior Policy Fellow Steve Milloy’s Statement Regarding President Trump’s Decision to Withdraw the U.S. from the Paris Climate Treaty “The Energy &
Todd Young of Newsmax reports: President Trump’s decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Climate Accord is a courageous decision that has an unexpected ally — the United State Supreme Court. The rigorous
Energy & Environment Legal Institute President Craig Richardson today issued the following statement in response to the executive orders issued by President Trump on the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines: Energy & Environment Legal