Trump Drilling Plans Raise Concerns Over Discarded Poison Gas, Nuke Waste

The Trump administration’s proposal to open large tracts of seabed off the South Carolina coast to oil and gas exploration has drawn a sharp rebuke from a statewide business advocacy group concerned about the thousands of unexploded bombs, poison gas and radioactive waste that were dumped in the planned exploration zone.

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A River Tour Seeks to Highlight Concerns Over EPA Coal Ash Policy

Rep. Donald McEachin, D-Va., joined clean-water advocates on Friday for a boat tour of Virginia’s James River to discuss their concerns over an Environmental Protection Agency plan to roll back regulations governing the safe disposal of coal ash.

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Earthjustice Report Says Trump, Congress Stymieing Court Access

A new report from Earthjustice, the nonprofit environmental law organization, claims that since taking office in January 2017,  the Trump administration and Congress have taken deliberate steps to limit or eliminate access to the nation’s courts.

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Tesla, Elon Musk Cannot Dismiss Shareholder Claims Over SolarCity Acquisition

The Delaware Chancery Court refused to dismiss shareholder claims stemming from Tesla’s controversial acquisition of SolarCity, finding it conceivable that CEO Elon Musk, a controlling stockholder of both companies, unduly influenced the board’s decision.

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