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February 5, 2019 | Legal Document

Legal Document: Court Ruling Clears Hurdle Toward Lasting Protections For Puget Sound Shorelines

A federal judge rejects an effort by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to dismiss a lawsuit challenging its refusal to adequately protect shoreline areas in Puget Sound. The Court’s decision means the lawsuit, which charges that the agency has refused to assert its Clean Water Act jurisdiction over most shoreline armoring in Puget Sound, will go forward.

February 4, 2019 | In the News: Power

DOE and FERC Mull Incentivizing Cybersecurity, Physical Security of Power and Gas Infrastructure

Earthjustice, Union of Concerned Scientists, and Public Citizen jointly told the Energy Department that the proposed rule would, in essence, “allow virtually any information submitted to be barred from public access for an indefinite amount of time, amounting to a breathtaking and inappropriate broadening of the Department’s authority under Section 215A of the [Federal Power Act] and significantly hampering parties’ ability to meaningfully participate in DOE proceedings.”

February 4, 2019 | Job Post

Staff Attorney, Coal

Earthjustice is seeking a Staff Attorney to join our Coal Program in our Chicago office.

February 1, 2019 | Job Post

Managing Attorney- Midwest

Earthjustice is hiring a Managing Attorney for our new Midwest Regional office in Chicago.

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