Letter from the Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA) to prospective corporate members of the group, making Pruitt available for private meetings to discuss RAG
Written Statement of Lisa Graves on Behalf of the Center for Media and Democracy Submitted to the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations.
Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt, Donald Trump’s choice to be the new head of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), coordinated an effort by Republican state attorneys general to oppose the confirmation of Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court.
Written statement of Lisa Graves on behalf of the Center for Media and Democracy submitted to the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary.
“We can pretty much do whatever we want now!” crowed GOP Kentucky Rep. Jim DeCesare behind closed doors.
The Republican Attorney General Association (RAGA) has received almost $4 million from fossil fuel industry connected entities since 2014, according to a review of the group’s quarterly filings with the IRS by the Center for Media and Democracy.
An insider explains some of the industry bills on the docket at ALEC’s last meeting.
The gap on climate action isn’t between Republicans and Democrats. It’s between wealthy Republicans and everyone else.
The Big Brother role that corporations and the elite play in society may not come as a surprise to you. However, have you ever asked yourself, “How do they actually control the people within the government?”
As we learn more and more about the tenor of the Trump transition, a key part of its regulatory rollback strategy on climate change is coming into focus.