March 01, 2024
Republican Attorney Generals Letter Is A Clear Attempt To Misconstrue Biden’s Good Actions on Climate Change
The letter released by several Republican Attorneys General, in response to Biden’s LNG pause, is deeply problematic and entirely baseless.
March 01, 2024
Catherine Rampell’s crazy defense of Wendy’s surge pricing.
February 29, 2024
RELEASE: Treasury Must Continue To Stand Firm Against Industry Fearmongering and Regulatory Capture in Finalizing Clean Hydrogen Guidance
In response to Thursday’s reporting from E&E News on the Energy Department pushing the Treasury Department to align its clean hydrogen tax credit guidance with industrial polluters’ wishlist, the Revolving Door Project released the following statement:
February 28, 2024
We’re staring down a familiar deadline this week: On Friday, if Congress doesn’t pass a spending bill, we’ll enter a partial government shutdown. And if they pass a short term continuing resolution… we’ll have just kicked the can a few weeks down the increasingly potholed (due to inadequate maintenance) road.
February 26, 2024
RELEASE: Wyden Unethically Champions Big Tech’s Anti-Regulatory Push Despite Wife’s Massive Investments In Apple, Microsoft, Amazon And Google
A new report this weekend revealed how the wife of Senator Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) has maintained significant financial ties to Big Tech companies even as the Senate Finance Committee Chairman is playing a leading role in Big Tech’s global push for deregulation.
February 22, 2024
In 2022, Biden’s EPA opened an investigation into Louisiana’s Departments of Health (LDH) and Environmental Quality (LDQ) for failing to sufficiently protect residents of “Cancer Alley”—a strip of predominantly poor, Black communities suffering the dire effects of pollutants spewed from nearby petrochemical plants. To their credit, LDH and LDQ cooperated with the investigation and worked to craft more stringent standards and oversight protocols. Former Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry, however, had other ideas. His office filed a lawsuit challenging the EPA’s (clear) authority to pursue its investigation under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act, which allows the government to terminate federal funding for an agency found to have engaged in discrimination. Liz Murrill, Landry’s successor, is picking up the torch to carry on his malevolent agenda.
February 22, 2024
Since the tumultuous departure and immediate return of Sam Altman, the company has been headed by an anemic board of three, of which one is ready to depart. When will the company open up to basic corporate oversight?
February 21, 2024
Revolving Door Project: Whistleblower Alleged CashApp Is Haven For Money Launderers And Other Criminals. Don’t Let Larry Summers’ Resignation Allow Him To Escape Scrutiny… Yet Again
The former Treasury Secretary and current Harvard professor abruptly resigned just a week before reports of federal investigation went public. The media cannot allow his feeble attempt to avoid attention work yet again.
February 21, 2024 | The New Republic
The former president made his name as an unscrupulous real estate magnate. So it’s no surprise that he pushed for ideas designed to take from the poor and give to the rich.
February 21, 2024 | The American Prospect
Where is the Oversight for Republican State Attorneys General?
We at the Revolving Door Project have long argued that “personnel is policy.” The wisdom of that expression is no less true in state capitols than it is in Washington, D.C.