Environmentalists Welcome Jeff Sessions’ Special Status for Water Bordered States

Thank you Attorney General Jeff Sessions for recognizing and defending the special status of states that are Islands, or on the Pacific or Atlantic or Gulf of  Mexico or Bering or Chukchi or Beaufort or Gulf of Alaska sea coasts, or on the Great Lakes, or bordered by our Great Rivers, the Mississippi, the Rio Grande, the Ohio, the Colorado, the Snake, etc.

In fact, Wikipedia lists 59 rivers that border states.

This recognition should help your Justice Department pay special attention to our protection of our oceans, our lakes, our rivers, our flyways, and our clean and well managed waters.

This is a wonderful gift from AG Sessions for Earth Day tomorrow.

The first thing Sessions can do for us is to “lock him up” to Scott Pruitt, Administrator of the EPA, who is doing everything he can to ruin our clean water and air.

The next things Sessions can do are to:

1. Check the legal and ethics guidelines for Attorney Generals calling out federal justices because of which state they are from;

2.  Consult with the Justice Department attorneys who are going to argue the case if they want this handicap attached to them;

3.  and after doing the above, probably having to recuse himself from any connection with the case.

About Dennis SILVERMAN

I am a retired Professor of Physics and Astronomy at U C Irvine. For a decade I have been active in learning about energy and the environment, and in lecturing and attending classes at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at UC Irvine.
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