CEI Weekly: CEI Sues for EPA Nominee Text Messages

May 31, 2013



Feature: CEI has filed a lawsuit in federal court.

 FEATURE: CEI Sues for EPA Nominee Text Messages


This week, CEI filed a lawsuit to compel the Environmental Protection Agency to release the text message records of Gina McCarthy, Obama's nominee for EPA Administrator, on days when she testified before Congress. Read more about the lawsuit here.





America's Soaring Regulations Cost $1.8 Trillion Per Year

Wayne Crews & Ryan Young's op-ed in Investor's Business Daily


The IRS Fiasco Is Only the Tip of the Iceberg

Henry I. Miller's op-ed in Forbes

Washington Drowns America with a Flood of Regulations

CEI featured in The Washington Examiner


The Cost of Regulations: Economic Tyranny

CEI featured in The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


Group Goes to Court Over Text Messages of Obama's EPA Nominee

CEI featured in The Hill


Rep. McKinley Moderates Debates on Global Warming

Myron Ebell's citation in The Associated Press


Three Years of Dodd-Frank's Broken Promises

John Berlau's citation in The Washington Times
CEI's citation in National Geographic


A Legacy Litigated

CEI's citation in Slate


EPA Stonewalled Records Requests by Republican-Led States

CEI's citation in The Daily Caller





















May 30, 2013:  The Politics of Caffeine


The Food and Drug Administration recently announced plans to investigate, and possibly regulate, caffeine consumption. Fellow in Consumer Policy Studies Michelle Minton prefers separation of food and state.