Archives for October 2011

Cause of Action Investigates Department of Energy Grants

Cause of Action filed a Freedom of Information Act request today with the Department of Energy in an effort to learn how the Department awards grants. In its request, Cause of Action attorneys noted that since 2009 the DOE has committed over $36 billion in financing for loans or loan […]

CoA Investigations of Re-branded ACORN organizations

Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment: Filed Feb. 27, 2012 TIGTA Request for Investigation – ACCE Filed Aug. 22, 2012 Request for Revocation of Tax Exempt Status – ACCE   Texas Organizing Project: Filed May 5, 2012 TIGTA Request for Investigation re TOP Filed Aug. 21, 2012 Request for Revocation of Tax Exempt […]

American Nurses Association v. Jackson, et al

ANA v Jackson Amicus Motion and Brief

CoA Files Amicus Curiae Brief in EPA Case

how to get home loan with poor credit Asks Court to Extend EPA Rule-Making Deadline for MACT Utility Rule Cause of Action, along with the Institute for Liberty and the Center for Rule of Law, filed a motion in Federal Court supporting the Utility Air Regulatory Group's motion to modify […]

CoA to National Mediation Board: Tell Us Who You Talked To

Cause of Action sent a Freedom of Information Act Request to the National Mediation Board asking for documents related to various labor unions’ involvement in recent Board rulemaking.  Specifically, CoA is concerned by the National Mediation Board’s recent decision to advance a rule which allows only a small minority of […]