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September 9, 2019

Shubra Ohri

Shubra Ohri is a staff attorney based out of the Midwest office in Chicago.

September 9, 2019

Lauren Withey

Lauren Withey is a Sr. Research and Policy Analyst. Lauren is based in San Francisco.

September 9, 2019

Mae Manupipatpong

Mae Manupipatpong is an associate attorney with the International program. She is based in San Francisco.

Prior to coming to Earthjustice, Mae worked for two years as an associate attorney in Alston & Bird’s Litigation and Trial Practice group in Atlanta, Georgia.

September 6, 2019 | Legal Document

School Meals Nutrition: Amicus Curiae Brief

Under the Rollback Rule, school lunches could contain nearly 50% more sodium than scientists consider safe and only half the recommended amount of whole grains. Because the Rollback Rule threatens children’s health and wellbeing, AHA, APHA, FoodCorps, MomsRising, and NEA respectfully submit this amicus brief in support of Plaintiffs Center for Science in the Public Interest and Healthy School Food Maryland.

September 6, 2019 | Legal Document

School Meals Nutrition: Motion for Leave to File Amicus Curiae Brief

American Heart Association, American Public Health Association, FoodCorps, Inc., MomsRising Education Fund, and National Education Association — public interest organizations that, together, represent a broad coalition of advocates, scientists, parents, caregivers, and education professionals, all dedicated to promoting children’s health and well-being — respectfully request leave to file the attached amicus brief in support of Plaintiffs Center for Science in the Public Interest and Healthy School Food Maryland.

September 6, 2019 | Job Post

Development Officer, Foundation Relations

Earthjustice is hiring a Development Officer, Foundation Relations to join the Development team in San Francisco, or in a remote location. 

September 6, 2019 | Action Alert

Protect the Arctic Refuge from oil and gas drilling

For generations, American leaders have protected the unspoiled rivers and mountains of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. But in 2017, the Republican-controlled Congress opened the biologically rich coastal plain, the heart of the refuge, to oil and gas drilling that could destroy this wildland forever.

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