Washington Examiner discusses the subpoena CEI recieved as an attack on their free speech with Kent Lassman.
The Virgin Islands attorney general, Claude Walker, grabbed headlines when he subpoenaed the conservative-leaning group Competitive Enterprise Institute, which had a working relationship with the oil company and is known as a global warming skeptic.
The attorney general later withdrew the subpoena after the think tank pushed back in D.C. Superior Court last month with a motion to sanction him, claiming a violation of First Amendment rights.
Think tank President Kent Lassman in a call with reporters last week called the AGs' attack a "massive fishing expedition" meant "to shut down the debate on global warming on the basis of their so-called law enforcement powers."
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