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Liz Judge
Director of Media Relations
Tel: 415-217-2007





Jared Saylor
Campaign Director
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Terry Winckler
Managing Editor
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Kari Birdseye
National Press Secretary
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Maggie Caldwell


Maggie Caldwell
Press Secretary
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Jessica Hodge
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Keith Rushing
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Brian Smith
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Kathleen Sutcliffe
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Tel: 212-845-7380




Debra Mayfield
Community Partnerships Manager
Tel: 202-797-5222

 
April 29, 2004
Court settlement requires stronger anti-smog measures
April 27, 2004
Action will have benefits from the Adirondacks and the Chesapeake Bay to the Rocky Mountains
April 26, 2004
Earthjustice focuses on Kavanaugh's role in selecting anti-environmental judicial nominees
April 20, 2004
Analysis of judicial nominee's hearing record strengthens opposition
April 16, 2004
Bush administration recognizes problem, yet weakens implementation
April 12, 2004
Inadequate standards keep inefficient machines running, conservation groups argue
March 31, 2004
Developers fail in attempt to undermine federal rule
March 30, 2004
Groups call on Bush to stop destroying Appalachian communities, environment
March 19, 2004
Proposed rule proves to be inadequate
February 26, 2004
William Pryor, William Myers illustrate problems of extremist nominees
February 24, 2004
EPA's Regulations Prove to be Inadequate
February 20, 2004
Senate rejected William Pryor; Bush sidesteps Senate during extremely brief recess
February 17, 2004
Groups sue over Clean Air Act violations
February 11, 2004
Statement from Buck Parker, Executive Director, in support of Civil Rights Act of 2004
February 3, 2004
Anti-pollution plans for the Washington area fall short