Federal Court Rules That CREW and PEER Records Lawsuit Against Pruitt and EPA May Proceed

From: CREW

“These open government laws exist for a reason – to allow the American people to keep an eye on their government,” stated PEER staff counsel Adam Carlesco. “When our public servants intentionally avoid creating written records as a means of implementing harmful and scientifically indefensible policy positions, they are doing a disservice to all of us. Judge Boasberg’s decision marks an historic opportunity for the federal judiciary to hold one of the worst-behaved agency directors accountable for his attempts to circumvent transparency laws that are vital to our bureaucracy.”

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