Only six House members took more money from the oil and gas industry in 2018 than their pick, Rep. Garrett Graves.
Florida Rep. Kathy Castor sold her shares worth up to $100,000 “to build confidence in her leadership.”
Rep. Kathy Castor has a good environmental record, but she and her husband are profiting from gas, oil, and coal-powered utilities.
The likely chair of a revived global warming committee tells Sludge she’ll reject campaign donations from the fossil fuel industry to “build confidence in her leadership.”
The wife of the ranking member on the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee bought stock in an oil company in November.
Seven Democratic members of the House Energy Committee’s Energy and Environment subcommittees collectively own at least $2.3 million worth of stock in the oil and gas industry.
One tweet about campaign finance set off a Twitter war between liberals and leftists that culminated in wild conspiracy theories.Opinion
The energy editor of the Charles Koch-funded Daily Caller owes his career to the conservative billionaire industrialist.
Oil, gas and coal companies are bankrolling the Florida governor’s campaign to join the U.S. Senate as increasingly intense storms batter his state.