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December 24, 2016 | In the News: The Hill

Greens Ready For Trump War

Marty Hayden, Vice President of Legislation & Policy, Earthjustice: “To undo something, you have to go through the same process it takes to write a rule — you don’t just get rid of them with the swipe of a pen. If they don’t follow the law on that, then we’ll see them in court at the end of the day when they finalize something.”

December 23, 2016 | In the News: Los Angeles Review of Books

A Very Special Holiday Gift Show (with the ACLU, EFF, and Earthjustice)

Hosts Medaya Ocher and Kate Wolf decide that in a year unlike any other, it’s time for a different approach to holiday gift giving. How can we give the gift of resistance against the anti-democratic forces empowered on November 8th? Medaya and Kate raise this question with guests Adrienna Wong from the ACLU of Southern California, Adrian Martinez from Earthjustice, and Shahid Buttar of the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

December 21, 2016 | In the News: Southeast Energy News

Federal Water Bill Includes Changes for Coal Ash Regulation

Lisa Evans, Senior Administrative Counsel, Earthjustice: “When a state does not submit a program for approval, the requirements of the EPA’s [coal ash] rule remain in effect in that state. For states that have no approved program, the EPA must implement a permit program in that state, but only if Congress provides funding for the EPA to do so.”

December 21, 2016 | In the News: Greentech Media

Arizona Vote Puts an End to Net Metering for Solar Customers

Michael Hiatt, Staff Attorney, Earthjustice: “It’s now up to the states to make greater advancements toward clean energy, Unfortunately, Arizona has numbered the days left for people to participate in a successful solar program. This decision casts serious doubts on the long-term viability of rooftop solar in Arizona.”

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