"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.
"If AGs are using private resources to do what they otherwise would not be doing, then you have a problem, in that they are letting out a law enforcement office to donors and activists," said Mr. Horner, whose firm runs the Climate Litigation Watch website.
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