Press Clips

Following are recent press clips from national publications that relate to PEER issues, campaigns and news releases.


FORMER WORKER WINS BIG DOL SETTLEMENT

From: Washington Post

" The settlement was announced by PEER, Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility. PEER said Whitmore’s termination followed Washington Post Federal Diary…

FEDS TO PAY OSHA WHISTLEBLOWER $820,000 SETTLEMENT

From: Charlotte Observer

" The size of the Whitmore settlement will likely get the attention of many federal officials, said Paula Dinerstein, a lawyer who has represented Whitmore…

ENVIRONMENTAL GROUPS FILE LEGAL ACTION SEEKING TO BAN OFF-ROAD OPEN RIDING AT OCOTILLO WELLS

From: East County Magazine

" Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER) and the Desert Protective Council (DPC) filed a legal action May 21, 2013 to stop open riding in…

LAWSUIT THREATENS OCOTILLO WELLS

From: JP Magazine

"Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER) as well as the Desert Protective Council (DPC) have filed a lawsuit to stop open riding at Ocotillo Wells…

LAWSUIT THREATENS OCOTILLO WELLS

From: FourWheeler

"Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER) as well as the Desert Protective Council (DPC) have filed a lawsuit to stop open riding at Ocotillo Wells…

IN OBAMAS AMERICA, SOME ARE MORE EQUAL THAN OTHERS

From: The Daily Caller

Left-wing environmental organizations that lobby for a more intrusive, obstructionist EPA have fared much better, according to an analysis by Chris Horner of…

OFF-ROAD LIMITS SOUGHT

From: U-T San Diego

"The suit contends that the park’s “open-riding policy” of allowing users of the 85,000-acre area in far east San Diego County drive basically anywhere they want…

NEW MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT EXPECTED FOR PETROGLYPH NATIONAL MONUMENT

From: KUNM

Daniel Patterson, a spokesman for Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, or PEER, says the process should have been conducted in a more public manner, because…

MONUMENT, CITY REACH JOINT MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT

From: SF Gate

Earlier this week the group Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility pressed for any details of a new agreement between the city and the monument. The group maintains…

SHOULD THE HOPI PEOPLE CONTINUE TO HAVE THE RIGHT TO KILL EAGLES? NO

From: The Denver Post

Among the "cool facts" about golden eagles listed by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology is this: "Members of the Hopi tribe remove nestlings, raise them in captivity,…