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Coal Q&A - EPA FOIA Findings and Implications for "the War on Coal"
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Christopher Horner was recently called “Master of FOIA” and “a determined digger” by Politico for his investigative efforts into transparency issues with EPA and other agencies. Last year the Hill named Chris one of its 100 people to watch for these efforts.

7/23/2014
When: 7/23/2014
2:00 PM
Contact: American Coal Council
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EPA FOIA Findings
and Implications for "the War on Coal"



Christopher C. Horner, Energy & Environment Legal Institute
and Senior Fellow, Competitive Enterprise Institute


Wednesday, July 23, 2014 ~ 2-3 pm EDT


Christopher Horner was recently called “Master of FOIA” and “a determined digger” by Politico for his investigative efforts into transparency issues with EPA and other agencies. Last year the Hill named Chris one of its 100 people to watch for these efforts. 

Through his use of the Freedom of Information Act, Chris’ findings have revealed troublesome aspects of relationships between the Environmental Protection Agency and environmental stakeholder groups. Chris will discuss his findings and the issues created by these relationships, including conflicts of interest and working in tandem on a shared agenda to the detriment of the due process rights of others. Chris will provide observations on remedies needed to address these concerns, and conclusions regarding the implications to the EPA’s coal-related regulatory agenda.

Join us as Chris Horner discusses these FOIA findings and the implications for coal.

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Christopher Horner is an attorney in Washington, DC with the Energy & Environment Legal Institute. He is also a senior fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute and director of Litigation for the Free Market Environmental Law Institute. Chris is a widely-published author and an international speaker on climate and environmental policy, law, and politics, as well as government transparency issues.  


The American Coal Council’s Coal Q&A Program provides a forum to address critical issues affecting the U.S. coal industry ~ including coal producers, consumers and transporters.  Each program begins with a topic briefing by a leading industry analyst or representative, followed by a Q&A session.

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