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Spitzer and Colleagues to Take On Global Warming

Eight state attorneys general will hold four simultaneous press conferences on Wednesday to unveil a major lawsuit intended to curb the United States’ contribution to global warming, according to an announcement today from the office of New York State Attorney…

  • July 20, 2004

Eight state attorneys general will hold four simultaneous press conferences on Wednesday to unveil a major lawsuit intended to curb the United States’ contribution to global warming, according to an announcement today from the office of New York State Attorney General Eliot Spitzer. The states involved include California, Connecticut, Iowa, New York, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Wisconsin. New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg will also appear at one of the press conferences, which are scheduled for noon, Eastern time. No other information about the lawsuit was released.

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