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Climate Change

The Sierra Club sued the SEC in federal court, claiming that under the Trump administration it has a pattern and practice of refusing to comply with FOIA law, making it increasingly difficult for shareholders of public companies to bring climate change issues to a vote at shareholder meetings.

OAKLAND, Calif. — The Sierra Club claims in a federal complaint that the SEC, under the Trump administration, has a pattern and practice of refusing to comply with FOIA law, making it increasingly difficult for shareholders of public companies to bring climate change issues to a vote at shareholder meetings.

Categories / Environment, Government

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