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Eric Zencey

Contempt of Congress, yes. Contempt of the electorate, also, if Markey's statement is accurate--that the EPA says its "predicisional" work will simply "confuse the public." Not to mention contempt of planet, which ought to be an actionable offense.

Lawrence E. Rafferty

As long as the process is expedited I am in favor of a contempt of Congress citation. I want Johnson to be "frog marched" out of the hearing room.

Larry Fafarman

I said that California and the 9th circuit are crazy for trying to hold the review of the greenhouse-gas waiver denial in the 9th circuit instead of the DC circuit where it belongs. Now I have to say that EPA's Stephen Johnson is crazy for refusing to release the documents requested by Congress.

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