Jack Lienke

Jack Lienke is a senior attorney at the Institute for Policy Integrity and a coauthor, with Richard L. Revesz, of Struggling for Air: Power Plants and the “War on Coal.”

Has Scott Pruitt had a change of heart about ozone pollution?

For the sake of our lungs, let’s hope so.

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Here’s why supporters of the Clean Power Plan are feeling optimistic

The rule had a very good day in court.

How Obama went from coal’s top cheerleader to its No. 1 enemy

The coal industry used to see the president as an ally. Those days are long gone.

Scalia’s death means Obama’s Clean Power Plan is more likely to succeed

The president's most important climate initiative now has a better chance of being upheld by the Supreme Court.

Obama’s Clean Power Plan survives a legal challenge

But there are plenty more where that came from.

Here’s why you shouldn’t worry about the Supreme Court’s latest environmental ruling

The court threw a wrench in Obama's mercury rule for power plants, but the real-world impacts should be negligible to nonexistent.

What methane and Harrison Ford have in common

They’re both fugitives, and only the feds can track them down.

Could a copy-editing error undermine Obama’s climate rule?

A federal appeals court recently took a red pen to the Affordable Care Act. The president’s signature environmental achievement could be next. But don't panic yet.