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May 26, 2019 | In the News: The Denver Post

Suncor’s Hydrogen-Cyanide Emissions Exceeded Permit Last Year; Colorado Now Weighing Refinery’s Request To Increase Limit

Joel Minor, Attorney, Rocky Mountain Office, Earthjustice: “It’s alarming that Suncor is emitting hydrogen cyanide above its permitted level, because the refinery is located next to predominantly Latino communities in north Denver and Commerce City that already suffer negative health outcomes because they bear a disproportionate burden of pollution from numerous sources.”

May 6, 2019 | In the News: Pasadena Star News

‘Glaring failings’: Can Pasadena trust state regulators to clean up toxic naval site?

Angela Johnson Meszaros, Managing Attorney, Community-Based Initiatives, Earthjustice: “Who gets to make the decisions about how clean is clean and how much risk is too much risk? Whose interest gets centered in the decision-making about how we’re going to deal with these very real issues? I think that the balance is tipped toward industry, toward developers, toward the concept of risk management.”

April 15, 2019 | Feature

Overruling Trump

The Earth needs a good lawyer. And in this pivotal moment, Earthjustice has 130. We’re the lawyers for the environment, and the law is on our side.

April 9, 2019 | In the News: Yahoo News

Young Trump Judge Faces Charges of Conflict of Interest and Corporate Favoritism

Coby Dolan, Senior Legislative Counsel, Earthjustice: “Patrick Wyrick misleading the Senate Judiciary Committee about his role in his wife’s business is significant because it begs the question: What else is he hiding from the Senate? The public deserves a federal judge that has high integrity and can rule fairly and impartially. Patrick Wyrick does not meet that test.”

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