The New York attorney general’s office is trying to use a whistleblower defense to keep emails between their office and a third-party attorney sealed and out of public view, despite the person at issue’s active efforts to persuade governments across the country to sue large energy producers.
California billionaire and progressive political activist Tom Steyer is jumping back in to energy issues in Arizona, despite progressives asking him to stay away.
John Hickenlooper attempted to bend the Colorado attorney general to his will during his second term as governor, but as a presidential candidate he’s touting a plan to make the federal attorney general more politically independent and less responsive to the nation’s top executive.
Six citizens in California have filed an ethics complaint against freshman Representative T.J. Cox (D.) alleging he violated House rules by omitting some business interests from his 2018 congressional disclosures which are required not only of incumbents, but also of candidates.
Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh (D.) was a key player in the rollout of a well-funded plan by former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg to place lawyers into attorney general offices across the nation to litigate environmental and climate change issues, according to a Washington Free Beacon review of emails obtained by a D.C.-based attorney.
Michael Bennet offered to remove himself from consideration in 2009 to allow then-Mayor John Hickenlooper to be appointed to the U.S. Senate, according to audio from an interview Hickenlooper gave years ago.
An upcoming vote by Denver residents on homelessness issues is a fresh illustration of one of the key policy failures of John Hickenlooper spanning his tenure as both Denver mayor and Colorado governor, during which he vigorously advocated and promoted a “10 year plan to end homelessness.”
A group promoting progressive health care policies in Nevada paid for Facebook advertisements in which the source of the content appeared to originate from a pair of local, state-based news organizations—news organizations that did not exist in any meaningful sense.
The attorney for a security guard injured in a 2015 terror attack in Garland, Texas, has filed an appeal in the U.S. Fifth Circuit after the original lawsuit was dismissed in December.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio will announce he’s running for president sometime next week according to a report from the New York Daily News, which cited “three sources with knowledge of the plans.”