Thousands of pages of newly released emails reveal how EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt closely collaborated with oil, coal and gas companies backed by the Koch brothers to roll back environmental regulations during his time as Oklahoma attorney general. We speak to Lisa Graves, executive director of the Center for Media and Democracy, which successfully sued for the emails to be released.
CMD is publishing Scott Pruitt’s emails with coal, oil and gas companies. These are some of the most revealing things that have been found so far.
Goings on at Trump’s Environmental Protection Agency concern those of us old enough to remember when unfettered industry used our air and water as an open sewer.
The office of Oklahoma attorney general Scott Pruitt, Trump’s pick to head the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, has failed to respond to at least nine requests for e-mails between Pruitt and fossil fuel companies like Koch Industries.
Ahead of a Senate confirmation vote this week, environmental groups in Missouri want U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt to speak up about President Donald Trump’s pick to head the Environmental Protection Agency.
Scott Pruitt, President Trump’s pick for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, is withholding thousands of emails related to his ties to major energy interests who may have donated to his political causes.
Democratic members of the Senate Environment Committee on Tuesday pushed to delay a confirmation vote for President Donald Trump’s pick to lead the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, saying they need to review a pending open records lawsuit against the nominee, while other Senate Democrats demanded more information on Carl Icahn’s role in the Trump administration.
Senate Democrats want to delay a vote on President Trump’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) nominee due to a pending court case regarding email records.
At least 15 companies with financial ties to Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt, Donald Trump’s nominee to run the Environmental Protection Agency, have faced hundreds of EPA enforcement actions, which are the basic tool the agency uses to enforce environmental rules and laws.
Under court order, Oklahoma Attorney General’s office releases previously withheld emails and holds back others; more emails expected on February 27.