Democratic State AGs See New Heads, Same Tactics at EPA, Interior

March 5, 2019, 11:31 PM

Democratic attorneys general are confident their success rate in challenging Trump climate rollbacks won’t change, even though they’ll face savvier new EPA and Interior Department leaders more experienced in Washington policy making.

“The original leaders of EPA and the Department of Interior were perhaps more eccentric than their successors,” Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh (D) told reporters at a March 5 press conference. “The new guys aren’t riding their horses to work as far as I know and haven’t engaged in repeated violations of the federal rules on ethics.”

But Frosh and other Democratic state attorneys general said ...

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