Treasury fights to keep carbon emails secret | Washington Free Beacon
CEI senior fellow Christopher Horner said Treasury’s objective “is to tap dance as deep into the policy/political calendar as they can without producing” the emails in question.Lomborg: Wind power is cheap only compared with other alternative energies. - Slate Magazine
Vitter, the ranking Republican on the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, criticized the Treasury Department’s continued efforts to block disclosure of the emails.
“The two-faced Treasury Department promises Congress it will work in good faith to produce documents relating to the carbon tax, while at the same time urging DOJ to undermine the FOIA request,” Vitter said in a statement to the Washington Free Beacon. “Treasury’s apparent duplicity is insulting, and makes a mockery of the president’s pledge to be the most transparent administration in history.”
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