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August 03, 2004

When Junk Law Meets Junk Science

The eight state AG's' "public nuisance" suit, last week, against America's five largest utilities has arguably shown them to be fatally addicted to junk law suits. This time, junk science (the unproven greenhouse warming thesis) is added to the mix. Here please find an op-ed by yours truly and Fred Singer in the Aug. 3 edition of the Wall St. Journal (subscription required).

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