Maryland AG Frosh Gave ‘Leadership’ to Bloomberg’s Enviro-Lawyer Scheme

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.

Bloomberg-funded Law School Coordinating PR with ‘Progressive’ AG Offices

An environmental center within New York University’s School of Law that was created and funded by former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg has been executing a tightly knit public relations strategy with “progressive” state attorney general offices (OAGs), according to multiple emails obtained through open records requests.