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REP. THREATENED WSU FUNDING, COMPLAINT STATES

From: The Daily Evergreen

“Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility listed a number of ethics violation allegations over the past decade, many of which involve threats to withhold…

COMPLAINT CLAIMS WASHINGTON LAWMAKER PRESSURED WSU TO PUNISH WOLF RESEARCHER

From: Northwest Public Radio

“PEER has filed an ethics complaint, citing numerous incidents over the past six years where Kretz contacted WSU administrators and researchers and issued…

TRUMP ADMINISTRATION NOMINEE WANTS TO OPEN PRISTINE ALASKAN REFUGE TO DRILLING

From: Think Progress

“During his time as an aide at the agency during the George W. Bush administration, current Deputy Secretary David Bernhardt “substantially rewrote official biological…

NOMINATIONS: PRUITT'S NEW LEGAL ALLY IN CLIMATE RULE APPEAL

From: Climatewire

“Jerry Phillips, a former enforcement attorney at Florida DEP and director of Florida Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER), has been tracking Scott's…

STATE OF ALASKA RENEWS EFFORT TO SEARCH FOR OIL IN THE ARCTIC REFUGE

From: The Wilderness Society

“Joining the Trump administration’s assault on federal lands across America, the state of Alaska is preparing to renew efforts to explore for oil on the…


News Releases

ETHICS COMPLAINT AGAINST RABID ANTI-WOLF LEGISLATOR

Washington’s Rep. Kretz Threatened University to Fire Scientist and End Research

WOLF SCIENTIST VINDICATED IN LEGISLATOR’S ATTACK

Professor Still under Siege as WSU Seeks Ways to Accommodate Ranchers

INTERIOR NOMINEE TIED TO ARCTIC REFUGE SCIENTIFIC FRAUD

Bernhardt Aided Misleading Congress about Oil Drilling Effects in Arctic Refuge

ACADEMIC FREEDOM FIGHT ON REPRISALS OVER WOLF SCIENCE

Washington State U. Scientist Says Official Restraints Due to Political Pressure

USDA SCIENTIFIC INTEGRITY POLICY SPUTTERING, SURVEY SHOWS

Scientists Say Politics and Fear Loom Over Agricultural and Forestry Research