Sunday, July 25, 2021

Tag: Dominion Energy

Dominion buys pipeline support at Supreme Court through GOP Attorneys General

With a key Atlantic Coast Pipeline appeal before the Supreme Court, US Attorney General Barr and Republican state Attorneys General have intervened in Dominion’s favor – while sharing close financial ties to the utility.

Firm of top Biden advisor Anita Dunn works for fracked gas...

“Joe Biden has called climate change an existential threat and in the coming weeks will release a bold proposal that addresses climate change in a lasting and meaningful way.”

5 Virginia officials involved in regulating Dominion Energy are invested in...

According to financial disclosures, four of them directly own stock in the company, while the wife of a fifth official works for Dominion.

Did Northam’s office try to hide the Dominion executives and lobbyists...

A closer look at the people on the transition team reveals that some have been presented in a selective way that fails to mention their various affiliations with Dominion.

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