The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) meets this week in Austin, the capital of the Lone Star State, for its 46th Annual Meeting at the posh JW Marriott hotel.
555 workers will lose their jobs.
Plastic Industry Association works with ALEC to block regulation of single-use plastics.
The SEC has denied ExxonMobil's request to prevent a shareholder vote on a resolution requiring the oil giant to disclose its political spending, including "dark money" contributions to advocacy groups and trade associations.
A secret late-night budget amendment to overturn Dane County's requirement for increased pipeline insurance central to case.
U.S. EPA fines paper company $79,000 for illegal stormwater discharges.
Global climate actions kicked off by the young Swedish teen, Greta Thurnberg, nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize this week.
These anti-protest bills adopted by ALEC and by CSG allow prosecutors to impose large fines and felonies, not only on individuals who are arrested, but organizations that are deemed to be supporting those individuals.
Physicist and climate science denier William Happer has no formal training in climate science.
Record-breaking heat last summer, inspired-15-year-old Greta Thunberg to pack a water bottle, a book, and a snack and take a stand outside the Swedish parliament with a handmade sign "School Strike for Climate." By January 2019, school strikes were spreading across Europe and some 70,000 teens hit the streets to demand action in Brussels, where the EU Parliament meets.