More on the story of the EPA being challenged as to its objectivity in its GHG endangerment findings.
Ashley Thorne, Executive Director, National Association of Scholars, writes in an email:
After the EPA stonewalled international trade lawyer Lawrence Kogan’s FOIA request, saying it was confused about what documents he wanted, Kogan wrote back with a 145-page document spelling out his exact request and pointing out potential smoking guns. My NAS colleague Rachelle DeJong breaks it down here:
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