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OLD DEAD FISH SPARK SPAT BETWEEN GOVERNMENT AND OIL GIANT

Pacific Herring Tissue Samples from 2005 Figure in Ongoing Exxon Valdez Litigation

EXXON VALDEZ RECOVERY REMAINS STUCK IN LIMBO

Federal Judge “Dismayed” over Slow Pace of Promised Preliminary Work

EXXON VALDEZ OIL LINGERING IN ENVIRONMENT, FEDS SAY

ExxonMobil Seeks to Block Collection of $100 Million Restoration Fund

FEDERAL PRISON COMPUTER RECYCLING CREATED TOXIC NIGHTMARE

Inspector General: Staff & Inmates “Needlessly” Exposed to Excessive Heavy Metals

EXXON VALDEZ DAMAGES REMAIN UNSETTLED AFTER 21 YEARS

Inability to Document Natural Resource Damages May Bedevil BP Spill Payments

ATTACKS ON FEDERAL FOREST AND PARK STAFF REACH ALL TIME HIGH

Incidents More than Triple in National Parks, Forest Violence Up a Third in 2009

OBAMA ADMINISTRATION HIRED NATION’S TOP ANTI-LABOR LAW FIRM

Lawsuit to Find Out How Much Union-Busting Firm Is Paid and From What Funds

PRISON COMPUTER RECYCLING PUT STAFF AND INMATES AT RISK

High Toxic Levels at Three Federal Prisons but Lack of Records Masks Health Effect

PROBE DEMANDED INTO SHUTDOWN OF BP ALASKA OIL SPILL CASE

Senior EPA Agent Charges Criminal Investigation Truncated and Fines Slashed

PRISON STAFF AND INMATES EXPOSED IN COMPUTER RECYCLING PLANT

No Anti-Contamination Safeguards in Place for Years at Federal Penitentiary in Ohio

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White Papers Uneven JusticeEnvironmental Prosecutions in the Clinton Administration and U.S. Attorney Environmental Report Card (December 1998)
According to an analysis of federal records, prosecution of environmental crimes has sharply fallen during the Clinton Administration. Comparing statistics from a three year period in the Bush Administration (1989-91) with a similar period in the Clinton Administration (1994-96; the last years for which data is available), this review shows dramatic declines in criminal referrals, prosecutions and convictions. more >>