The crown jewel of President Barack Obama’s climate change agenda faces its biggest challenge yet when the EPA’s Clean Power Plan goes before a panel of federal appeals judges.
We now know that the reaction of Gov. Walker’s allies to a close election in Wisconsin was an urgent discussion about how to gin up talk of “widespread election fraud” — even though there was no evidence of fraud.
Conservative organizations are pouring money into the coffers of the Republican Attorneys General Association, which is far outpacing its Democratic rival in fundraising to elect candidates who will stand up to what they see as an activist Democratic agenda.
A few months in to Scott Walker’s term as governor, his right-wing circle mobilized to raise corporate funding in support of a conservative justice on the State Supreme Court.
Gov. Walker and legislative Republicans’ lead poisoning agenda should sicken us all.
Investigations exposing attorneys general-fossil fuel alliance provide key context for clean power plan fight.
Before an audience of students, faculty and members of the UW-Madison community, Lisa Graves, executive director of Center for Media and Democracy, spoke about the corruption of what the UW System considers a great pride: the Wisconsin Idea.
The conservative group at the center of Gov. Scott Walker’s political operation during the 2011 and 2012 recalls may have flouted IRS rules by providing a private benefit.
Coal companies met with GOP attorneys general to stop the EPA’s Clean Power Plan.
Fossil-fuel companies Murray Energy and Southern Company paid for private meetings with Republican state attorneys general to discuss opposition to the EPA’s Clean Power Plan less than two weeks before the same officials asked a federal judge to block the measure.