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Republican AGs Seek Judicial Review of NHTSA Fuel Efficiency Rule

West Virginia AG Patrick Morrisey and Kentucky AG Russell Coleman co-led a coalition 26 Republican AGs in challenging the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Corporate Average Fuel Economy Standards for Passenger Cars and Light Trucks for Model Years 2027 and Beyond and Fuel Efficiency Standards for Heavy-Duty Pickup Trucks and Vans for Model Years 2030…

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Senior Texas and West Virginia AGs’ Office Staff Assume New Government Roles

Texas Deputy First Assistant Attorney General Judge Grant Dorfman has been appointed by Governor Greg Abbott to serve as a judge on Texas’s newly established Eleventh Business Court Division in Houston. West Virginia Solicitor General Lindsay See was confirmed by the U.S. Senate to be a commissioner on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

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Republican AGs Push Back Against “Federal Takeover” of Coal Mining Regulations

A coalition of 14 Republican AGs, co-led by Indiana AG Todd Rokita and West Virginia AG Patrick Morrisey, filed a petition for judicial review challenging a Department of Interior Final Rule amending regulations governing the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement’s (OSMRE) oversight of state regulators concerning potential violations of the Surface Mining Control…

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