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Frank O'Donnell

Report: Bush considers backing global warming plan
April 15, 2008 07:56 AM - , Clean Air Watch

It is probably an overstatement to characterize the conservative Washington Times newspaper as the Bush Administration’s Pravda, but the paper often has seemed a lot closer to the President than many other news organs, and even has been suspected of being a launching pad for trial balloons.

The noose tightens: Waxman subpoenas EPA documents over dirty decision
April 10, 2008 09:42 AM - , Clean Air Watch

The plot continues to thicken over the obviously White House-directed EPA decision to reject California’s greenhouse gas standards for motor vehicles. Today, Rep. Henry Waxman issued a subpoena to compel EPA to provided “unredacted” copies of documents that have been withheld from Waxman’s oversight committee. See below.

Car companies lobby Congress to kill California global warming authority
April 9, 2008 09:07 AM - , Clean Air Watch

Yes, they are at it again. The car companies and car dealers are once again trying to kneecap California and other states by taking away their rights to set better global warming emission standards for motor vehicles. Yes, the Bush administration did reject California's bid, but EPA's attorneys believe California will prevail in court. Hence the new push by the car crowd to build a fire wall in Congress.

The Administration is going to run out the clock on global warming
March 28, 2008 10:43 PM - , Clean Air Watch

Today the Bush administration FINALLY responded to the Supreme Court case on global warming -- a case the Bush crowd lost nearly a year ago. Unfortunately, this plan appears to put EPA’s response on a very slow track.

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