"This scheme by an activist donor [Bloomberg] to place attorneys in AG offices to advance his priorities is on its face staggering," said Mr. Horner. "That the activist developed it while more broadly cultivating support among elected officials at all levels through his foundation, and apparently with a run for the White House also in mind, makes it simply unbelievable."
"Gov. Lujan Grisham's administration, while rhetorically embracing the energy industries that not only employ thousands of New Mexicans but underwrite so much of that state's public services including education, is quietly working with activists to kill that golden goose," said Chris Horner, an attorney who represents Energy Policy Advocates in numerous open-records cases.
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