West Virginia AG Patrick Morrisey is leading a 10-state coalition in urging the Trump administration to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement. They are worried the 200-nation deal would seriously damage the president’s campaign to roll back environmental regulations.
West Virginia columnist James H. "Smokey" Shott praised CFACT's efforts on behalf of academic freedom in the Bluefield Daily Telegraph.
The West Virginia Board of Education voted yesterday to put an end to months of controversy and open up teaching standards to permit students to consider both sides of the climate debate. The vote represents a significant victory for student rights and for science.
Students deserve to learn from all the facts and are smart enough to weigh alternative explanations. This is the true essence of scientific learning.