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What does ‘consent’ even mean anymore?

By Paul Bland, Senior Attorney So HERE is an outrage. The case — Spring Lake v. Holloway — was decided early this month by a Florida District Court of Appeal. It involves a 92-year-old woman with a fourth grade education and memory problems. When she was admitted to…

Groups File Lawsuits to Stop Groundwater Pollution from Industrial Dairies

UPDATE: Listen to NPR’s story on the lawsuits. The non-profit groups Community Association for Restoration of the Environment and the Center for Food Safety — represented by Public Justice’s Jessica Culpepper, Law Offices of Charlie Tebbutt and CFS attorneys — yesterday jointly filed lawsuits in…

Groups File Notice Letter to Sue NRG Energy for Massive Pollution

In late January, three environmental groups represented by Public Justice and Columbia University School of Law Environmental Law Clinic announced the filing of a Clean Water Act notice of intent to sue NRG Energy for water pollution violations at three of its coal-fired power plants…

Groups File Notice Letter to Sue NRG Energy for Massive Pollution

  Contacts: Rich Bindell, Food & Water Watch, 202-683-2457; rbindell@fwwatch.org Robin Broder, Potomac Riverkeeper, robin@potomacriverkeeper.org; 202-222-0706 Fred Tutman, Patuxent Riverkeeper, fred@paxriverkeeper.org; 301-579-2073 Jessica Culpepper, Public Justice, jculpepper@publicjustice.net; 202-797-8600     Washington D.C. – Today Food & Water Watch, Patuxent Riverkeeper and Potomac Riverkeeper — represented…