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Elevating the Role of Judges and the Courts as an Environmental Issue

No one in America is above the law. When big corporations release toxic pollution into the air we breathe and water we drink, the courts give citizens the ability to seek justice and fight back against polluters and destructive industries harming their communities.

Earthjustice Action serves a much-needed role in ensuring that our courts are front and center in environmental politics. We help confirm federal judges who recognize that the government has a responsibility to protect the environment, public health, and public lands for all people. And we help educate voters on the critical importance of having federal judges who uphold laws and regulations that protect the environment and public health.

Environmental laws are only as strong as the judges who uphold them.

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Earthjustice Action Ad Campaign Thanks Senator Schumer for Supporting Biden Nominee Myrna Pérez

On October 27, Earthjustice Action launched an ad campaign to thank Senator Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) for supporting President Biden’s nominee for the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, Myrna Pérez, who was confirmed on October 27 with a vote of 48-43….

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Earthjustice Action Ad Campaign Thanks U.S. Senators for Supporting Biden Nominee Veronica Rossman

On September 22nd, Earthjustice Action launched a digital ad campaign to thank key U.S. Senators for supporting President Biden’s nominee for the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, Veronica Rossman, who was confirmed by the Senate on September 20 with a…

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Earthjustice Action Ad Campaign Thanks U.S. Senators for Supporting Biden Nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson

On June 16th, Earthjustice Action launched a digital ad campaign in five states to thank key U.S. Senators for supporting President Biden’s nominee for the DC Circuit Court of Appeals, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, who was confirmed by the Senate…

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Environmental laws are only as strong as the judges who uphold them.

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