Massachusetts and New York AGs Renew Old Tactics In Another Attempt to Avoid Transparency
State attorney general offices in Massachusetts and New York are continuing a worrisome trend of refusing to release their communications with environmental activists to the public. In Massachusetts, the Office of the Attorney General (OAG) is refusing to release its correspondence with Matthew Pawa and Naomi Oreskes—two high-profile activists who have been advocating for climate litigation since the beginning of the #ExxonKnew campaign. Meanwhile, the New York’s OAG is attempting to seal its communications with an undisclosed environmental lawyer.
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