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In , Pruitt was elected Attorney General of Oklahoma. In that role, he was pro-life, opposed same-sex marriage , the Affordable Care Act , and environmental regulations as a self-described "leading advocate against the EPA's activist agenda.
In , Pruitt was elected as chairman of the Republican Attorneys General Association and re-elected for a second term in February Pruitt rejects the scientific consensus that human-caused carbon dioxide emissions are a primary contributor to climate change.
Office of Special Counsel , and two House committees over his spending habits, conflicts of interests, extreme secrecy, and management practices. Pruitt made frequent use of first-class travel as well as frequent charter and military flights. By June , amid a steady succession of revelations of misconduct, a growing chorus of conservatives had begun suggesting that Pruitt should resign.
Wheeler as the acting head of the agency. Pruitt was born in in Danville, Kentucky , the eldest of three siblings,  but moved to Lexington as a boy. There, his father, Edward, owned steak houses and his mother, Linda Pruitt Warner,  was a homemaker. After a year, he attended Georgetown College in Kentucky and graduated in with bachelor's degrees in political science and communications.
After law school Pruitt started a solo legal practice in Tulsa that he named "Christian Legal Services," which focused on defending Christians in religious liberty cases.
After five years as an attorney, Pruitt was elected to the Oklahoma Senate in , representing Tulsa and Wagoner Counties. He was then selected to serve as the Republican Assistant Floor Leader, a position he held until he left the Senate in In , while a freshman state legislator, Pruitt sought his party's nomination to succeed Steve Largent as the representative for Oklahoma's 1st congressional district but was unsuccessful.
The seller was Marsha Lindsey, a lobbyist who advocated on behalf of a telecommunications company. Lindsey's loss was partly offset by her employer's retirement package.
Pruitt and Whitefield both lived at the home while on business in the state capital. At the time, Whitefield was a registered lobbyist for industry-aligned groups that sought legislative changes to Oklahoma's workers' compensation laws; Pruitt was the major legislative supporter of these efforts.
The home was sold by the L. Pruitt failed to publicly disclose his financial relationships with Whitefield and the others, which were revealed by the press in He was unsuccessful; Fallin later won the gubernatorial election and is the incumbent Governor.
In , Pruitt again ran for the position of Attorney General of Oklahoma. He won the Republican primary on July 27, , with Pruitt stated that "the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality — not the Office of Attorney General — has primary responsibility for implementing and enforcing environmental laws in Oklahoma. Pruitt was successful in raising campaign contributions from the energy industry, helping him to become chairman of the Republican Attorneys General Association. Burwell , alleging that federal cost-sharing subsidies were not authorized by the Act.
Burwell , a decision addressing identical claims brought by other Republican attorneys general,    the Supreme Court upheld the federal subsidies, holding that they were authorized under the Act. In , Pruitt supported the Oklahoma legislature's bid to join four other states trying to restrict medical abortions by limiting or banning off-label uses of drugs, via House Bill After the state Supreme Court upheld a lower court's ruling that the abortion law was unconstitutional, Pruitt requested that the United States Supreme Court review the case.
In June , Pruitt maintained that the Supreme Court's decision to strike down a provision of DOMA , a federal law that denied federal benefits to homosexual married couples did not affect Oklahoma's laws on the subject. In , Pruitt asked Oklahoma's State Auditor and Inspector Gary Jones to audit the financial corruption by contractors performing the cleanup. Pruitt blocked Jones from following his intention to release the audit results. On March 6, , Pruitt joined a lawsuit targeting California's prohibition on the sale of eggs laid by caged hens kept in conditions more restrictive than those approved by California voters.
Less than a week later, Pruitt announced that he would investigate the Humane Society of the United States , one of the principal proponents of the California law. Judge Kimberly Mueller ruled that Oklahoma and the other states lacked legal standing to sue on behalf of their residents and that Pruitt and other plaintiffs were representing the interests of egg farmers, rather than "a substantial statement of their populations.
In April , an Oklahoma trial court found the state's execution drug supply law was unconstitutional, and after the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals refused to order a stop to executions, the Oklahoma Supreme Court did. Supreme Court's subsequently approved of Oklahoma's method in Glossip v. Gross , Pruitt asked to delay all scheduled executions in Oklahoma upon discovering executioners had accidentally used the wrong drug in a lethal injection.
Pruitt expressed his dissatisfaction when a federal court ruled that Oklahoma's voter-approved amendment in to the Oklahoma State Constitution that defined marriage as only the union of one man and one woman was a violation of the U. In November , after the Oklahoma Supreme Court blocked the enforcement of two abortion-related laws until after their constitutionality was litigated which could take up to a year or more , Pruitt's office communicated the Attorney General's intention to support their implementation and enforcement.
On December 7, , The New York Times published a front-page story highlighting that Pruitt had used his office's stationery to send form letters written by energy industry lobbyists to federal agencies during public comment. In April , Pruitt wrote a letter to school superintendents stating that schools can lawfully allow the dissemination of religious literature on campus.
But we call upon them to press those beliefs through debate, not through governmental intimidation of those who disagree with them.
Few things could be more un-American. In , the U. Supreme Court refused to hear Pruitt's original lawsuit against the legalization of cannabis in Colorado. After the organization Oklahomans for Health collected the legally required number of signatures for a referendum ballot on the legalization of medical marijuana, in August , Pruitt's office moved to rewrite the ballot title, but not in time for the November election. The measure will appear on the ballot.
Pruitt was an advisor to the Jeb Bush presidential campaign, , and in February , said that Donald Trump would be "more abusive to the Constitution than Barack Obama". In February , Pruitt was ordered by the Oklahoma District Court to release thousands of emails of communication with fossil fuel industries in order to comply with Freedom of Information Act requests filed over a two-year period by the liberal watchdog group Center for Media and Democracy.
The Guardian reported in July that emails and other records released by the Oklahoma attorney general's office showed a close relationship between Pruitt and various Koch brothers-backed advocacy groups, including the American Legislative Exchange Council. Many science advocates and environmentalists voiced concerns about Pruitt's nomination. Gene Karpinski , the president of the League of Conservation Voters said that Pruitt's past actions as Oklahoma AG made the nomination "like the fox guarding the henhouse Time and again, he has fought to pad the profits of Big Polluters at the expense of public health.
Senate Democrats unsuccessfully attempted to delay a vote until after the release of a batch of emails ordered by an Oklahoma judge. In legal maneuvers and executive actions, in public speeches and closed-door meetings with industry groups, he has moved to shrink the agency's reach, alter its focus, and pause or reverse numerous environmental rules. The effect has been to steer the EPA in the direction sought by those being regulated.
Along the way, Pruitt has begun to dismantle former president Barack Obama 's environmental legacy, halting the agency's efforts to combat climate change and to shift the nation away from its reliance on fossil fuels. A study in the American Journal of Public Health found that that in the first six months of Pruitt's tenure as EPA head that the agency had adopted a pro-business attitude unlike that of any previous administration.
The study argued "that the Pruitt-led EPA has moved away from the public interest and explicitly favored the interests of the regulated industries.
In April , Politico disputed the narrative that Pruitt had been effective in overturning Obama's environmental legacy. He's only been able to delay a few that were already on hold before he took office because they were mired in litigation.
On March 9, , in an interview on CNBC's Squawk Box , Pruitt stated that he "would not agree that" carbon dioxide is "a primary contributor to the global warming that we see" backing up his claim by stating that "measuring with precision human activity on the climate is something very challenging to do and there's tremendous disagreement about the degree of impact.
Pruitt's chosen deputy, chief of staff, and deputy chief of staff are all former members of Senator Jim Inhofe 's R-OK staff. Wheeler was nominated to be Pruitt's deputy administrator. Attorney General Jeff Sessions. On April 28, , Pruitt fired scientists from the agency's member Board of Scientific Counselors BOSC , indicating he intended to replace them with industry representatives.
In October , Pruitt removed several scientists from EPA advisory panels and forbade any scientist who receives a grant from the EPA from then serving those panels. During that time, Pruitt hired people, including 7 scientists. The proposal was modeled on a stalled Congressional bill. On June 29, , Pruitt attended a board meeting of the American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity , and told them that he will have researchers publicly debate the human role in climate change , adopting Steven E.
Koonin 's suggestion to hold a "red team blue team" exercise. Kelly rejected the debate idea. Pruitt and other agency heads delayed the public release of the Climate Change Report within the National Climate Assessment.
The magazine reported that the website's Climate Change section was taken down in April after existing in various forms for more than twenty years. The message, "This page is being updated", was left in its place. In addition, searching for "climate change" produced 5, results compared to the previous 12, Resources on how local communities could combat climate change were cut from to pages, and a page resource on "a Student's Guide to Global Climate Change" was not archived.
On some pages, edits have been made to remove terms like "climate change", "air pollutant", "greenhouse gas", while "carbon footprint" and "carbon accounting" were replaced with "environmental footprint" and "sustainability accounting". Calling Pruitt on March 2, , President Trump assured him, "we've got your back," urging him to "keep fighting," according to administration officials who remained anonymous. However, two additional officials confirmed that presidential Chief of Staff John F. Kelly had expressed the administration's displeasure over being caught unaware by some of the ethical problems Pruitt's conduct raised.
Former coal lobbyist Andrew Wheeler 's nomination as Deputy Administrator was submitted to become Pruitt's deputy in , but was not confirmed. It was resubmitted in Contrasted to prior EPA administrators since its founding in , Pruitt neither provides lists of scheduled public speaking events nor does he disclose most trips until afterward. He avoids news conferences.
On one occasion journalists who became aware of an event beforehand were ejected from a venue after an EPA official threatened to call law enforcement. Looking at a recent batch of documents released through a Sierra Club FOI request, the New York Times commented that it appears that the Pruitt schedulers, divide people into "friendly" and "unfriendly" camps and noted one case where a meeting was kept so secret that even the meeting hosts were confused about it.
Commenting on Pruitt's claim that his unusually extensive security expenses are related to his need for security, the NYT said, "[The documents] show that the agency's close control of Mr.
Pruitt's events is driven more by a desire to avoid tough questions from the public than by concerns about security, contradicting Mr. Pruitt's longstanding defense of his secretiveness.
A Freedom of Information Act request from the Sierra Club showed that, between February and December , Pruitt had only sent one e-mail to anyone outside EPA from his government e-mail account, leading to questions of whether Pruitt is using a private account to conduct government business. An EPA official said that Pruitt and his top aides kept "secret" schedules and calendars to hide controversial meetings with industry representatives, and destroyed or altered records which might reflect poorly on Pruitt.
Due to the multiple ongoing scandals in which Pruitt has been embroiled,  at least 20 members of Congress, including three Republicans Carlos Curbelo , Ileana Ros-Lehtinen and Elise Stefanik , called for Pruitt's resignation. Scott is doing a great job! Kennedy said, "Now these are unforced errors.
There are a lot of problems we can't solve. But you can behave.
In , Pruitt faced increased scrutiny concerning a December trip to Morocco. The trip was disclosed via a press release after Pruitt had returned. In May , it was revealed that Richard Smotkin, a former Comcast lobbyist and long-time friend of Pruitt's, arranged the trip to Morocco. Pruitt's Morocco trip was controversial, prompting criticism from Democrats and from the Sierra Club , and prompting an expanded inquiry from the EPA inspector general.
In a letter to Pruitt asking him to explain the trip, Senator Sheldon Whitehouse D-RI noted that the five-day trip consisted of one full workday, two days with a one-hour meeting for each, and a two-day, non-work layover in Paris over a weekend.
In April , Pruitt released his travel itinerary for the Morocco trip in response to Freedom of Information requests, but the bulk of the itinerary had been redacted. In March , it was reported that Pruitt had leased a condominium townhouse in Washington D. The Harts' firm was registered to lobby on behalf of at least a half a dozen clients in industries regulated by the EPA,    including Canadian energy company Enbridge. A Pruitt spokesperson denied any link between the condo rental and the agency approvals, but government ethics experts said that the situation raised an appearance of a conflict of interests that made it reasonable to question the EPA's decision.
However, Minoli emphasized he had only evaluated the narrow terms of the lease itself, not any other activities the document did not address. After it became known that Pruitt's daughter stayed in a separate bedroom, Minoli said that he lacked key facts. Other apartments in the building complex, located in a prime location less than a block away from the U.
The townhouse rented by Pruitt was also used as a Republican fundraising hub while he and his adult daughter were living there. On March 29, , Pruitt's security detail, unable to reach him, broke down the front door to the apartment building to gain entrance.
In July , it was reported that Pruitt had requested help from two EPA aides, both of whom were attorneys, in a dispute that he had with a separate landlord.
In April , it became known that Pruitt had raised the salaries of two of his closest aides whom he'd brought from Oklahoma, despite rejection of the submitted increases by the White House. The provision was intended to allow the EPA administrator to hire specialists into unique roles in especially stressed offices. Pruitt hired former Oklahoma banker Albert Kelly to head the Superfund program, which is responsible for cleaning up the nation's most contaminated land.
Ruckelshaus accused Pruitt of having an "ideological approach Ruckelshaus also described the ideological opposition to the scientific consensus on climate change as a national "threat", and that "lives will be sacrificed" with further inaction.
Bush , said it was "mindless" that under Pruitt, policies enacted under Obama were being reversed regardless of their merits or shortcomings. Gina McCarthy , EPA Administrator under Barack Obama, said that Pruitt's EPA had created a "wealth of uncertainty" in undoing so many regulations because businesses would not know if they should "take rules seriously".
The EPA's overhaul of their website under Pruitt has also drawn flak from former administrators. Whitman has argued that the website's credibility was damaged, and that "undermining science means there is no basis on which to act based on fact, which is dangerous. At a May 16, hearing of the Senate Appropriations Committee 's Interior, Environment and Related Agencies Appropriations Subcommittee, Pruitt affirmed that he had set up a legal defense fund that will enable "friends, allies, lobbyists and others" to help defray any legal costs Pruitt may face due to numerous charges of spending and ethics violations.
Pruitt agreed they would be and added that his attorney would be working with the General Accounting Office GAO to assure the fund met legal requirements. The subcommittee's ranking member, New Mexico's Tom Udall remarked, "It's hard to know what to begin with today. Every day, there seems to be a new scandal, and you at the center of it. In June , it was revealed that Pruitt had used his official position at the EPA to line up special favors and business opportunities for his wife and daughter.
Pruitt also approached the CEO of Concordia, a New York nonprofit organization which sets up summits to build public-private partnerships , about hiring his wife to plan summits.
Pruitt also instructed at least three EPA aides to help secure a White House internship for his daughter, after which she received such a post. Representative Elijah Cummings requested documents pertaining to assistance Pruitt received to obtain the prized tickets. Following the assorted ethics and management scandals, Pruitt announced on July 5, , he would be resigning effective July 6. Wheeler became acting administrator. Pruitt rejects the scientific consensus on climate change. In May , Pruitt and Luther Strange authored an op-ed in the National Review criticizing a group of Democratic attorneys general for investigating ExxonMobil in connection with the ExxonMobil climate change controversy.
In part, Pruitt and Strange wrote:. Scientists continue to disagree about the degree and extent of global warming and its connection to the actions of mankind. That debate should be encouraged — in classrooms, public forums, and the halls of Congress. It should not be silenced with threats of prosecution.
Dissent is not a crime. Additionally, Pruitt joined 12 other Republican attorneys general in writing a letter that stated that "If it is possible to minimize the risks of climate change, then the same goes for exaggeration. If minimization is fraud, exaggeration is fraud. According to one person, Pruitt suggested debates to President Trump, stating to him, "We can show that most scientists don't even believe in global warming. Kelly , according to several officials involved in the discussions.
A May study in Scientific Reports examined Pruitt's claim that "over the past two decades satellite data indicates there has been a leveling off of warming. In an interview with Las Vegas television station KSNV , Pruitt, in contradiction to the EPA's own scientific position, argued that an increase in global temperate might not be "a bad thing" and that it is "arrogant" to say what "the ideal surface temperature should be in the year Pruitt opposes the Paris Agreement.
Pruitt has described himself as "a leading advocate against the EPA's activist agenda. Regulated industry companies or trade associations who were financial donors to Pruitt's political causes were co-parties in 13 of these 14 cases. These cases included suing to block the anti-climate change Clean Power Plan four times, challenging mercury pollution limits twice, ozone pollution limits once, fighting the Cross-State Air Pollution Rule and the Clean Water Rule ,  as well as fighting regulations on methane emissions.
Under Pruitt, Oklahoma sued the EPA and lost on challenges to the EPA's regulatory authority over mercury and other toxins , as well as pollutants responsible for creating regional atmospheric haze. It challenged the manner in which EPA sued unrelated entities and for what Pruitt termed the agency's "sue and settle" practices. Oklahoma further sued and lost after the EPA declined to provide extensive records in a FOIA lawsuit, a request the federal judge hearing the case found to be overly broad and economically burdensome.
Pruitt has stated that a move to rescind would almost certainly be overturned by the courts. On March 1, , Pruitt issued a proposed rule to relax regulation of coal ash. In August , Pruitt began reconsidering new car emissions standards. Pruitt has indefinitely postponed regulations of methylene chloride , N-methylpyrrolidone , and trichloroethylene that had been called for by the Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act.
According to the EPA, lead poisoning is the number one environmental health threat in the U. No new standards have been set since , though it is agreed that the old standards need to be updated.
In December , after Pruitt requested six more years to regulate lead levels, a divided federal appeals court issued a writ of mandamus ordering Pruitt to regulate lead within the next 90 days. The Court called the lead paint risks for children "severe".
Chlorpyrifos is a pesticide that is used to kill a number of pests on crops, animals, and in buildings. In a report, EPA scientists were not able to find any level of exposure to chlorpyrifos that was safe.
On March 29, , Pruitt denied an administrative petition by the Natural Resources Defense Council and the Pesticide Action Network North America to ban chlorpyrifos , explaining "we are returning to using sound science in decision-making — rather than predetermined results". The American Academy of Pediatrics responded to the administration's decision, saying they were "deeply alarmed" by Pruitt's decision to allow the pesticide 's continued use.
Asked in April whether he had met with Dow Chemical Company who manufactures chlorpyrifos executives or lobbyists before his decision, an EPA spokesman replied: Tatel and Robert L. On email from a White House official said that the administration feared a "potential public relations nightmare.
The withholding of the study prompted widespread criticism from congressional Democrats, as well as at least three congressional Republicans. These critics called upon the EPA to provide answers to questions about suppression of scientific assessments on chemical pollution of water. Pruitt conceded that his agency should take "concrete action" related to chemicals like PFAS, but testified that he was unaware of any delay in the release of the study.
An Associated Press correspondent, Ellen Knickmeyer, was physically ejected from the meeting room, and U. Representative Dan Kildee of Michigan, who represents a district dealing with the Flint water crisis , said that a member of his staff was barred from the meeting. Kildee wrote to the EPA's inspector general to ask whether any open meetings laws were violated. Clean drinking water is a public health issue that does not belong behind closed doors. Pruitt is Southern Baptist.
Pruitt was a trustee at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He expressed his views regularly on the radio in Tulsa, including advocating for passage of constitutional amendments to ban abortion and gay marriage, and objecting to what he feels is the suppression of majority religious beliefs.
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