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Two Democrats introduced a resolution Monday disapproving of companies that “deliberately mislead the public” about climate change science, an attack on oil giant Exxon Mobil Corp., which has been accused of doing just that. In a joint resolution offered by Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-R.I.) and Rep.
• Resolution disapproves of efforts to “deliberately cast doubt on science” on climate change
• 19 senators will speak on the floor about the issue before Congress leaves for summer recess
A coalition of 19 top Democrats took the senate floor Monday afternoon to call for an end to what they referred to as the fossil fuel industry’s “web of denial” on climate change, calling out companies including Irving-based Exxon Mobil.
More than a dozen U.S. senators are launching a campaign to call out the powerful industry of climate denial and demanding Congress take action against the back-door blockading of environmental policy that they are calling the #WebOfDenial.
Washington, DC -- Today, Senator Harry Reid kicked off the charge led by Sheldon Whitehouse and Congressman Ted Lieu against corporate climate deniers and the groups they front that spread misinformation and lies about climate science.
Two Democrats introduced a resolution Monday disapproving of companies that “deliberately mislead the public” about climate change science, an attack on oil giant Exxon Mobil Corp., which has been accused of doing just that.
Today, Congressman Lieu questioned the validity of the House Oversight Committee Republicans' decision to hold an "emergency" hearing regarding the
A bipartisan duo of Congressmen sent a letter to the Department of Health and Human Services, making specific breach notification and response recommendations for upcoming ransomware guidance planned by HHS' Office for Civil Rights, noting that ransomware attacks are "different" from other data breaches.
Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA) downplayed the damage done by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s mis-handling of classified information on her private email server, as FBI director James Comey testified at the House Oversight Committee on Thursday.
The HHS Office for Civil Rights, which enforces the HIPAA privacy and security rules, is developing guidance on how to react to a ransomware attack, and two members of Congress have chimed in with their own ideas.