Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey’s climate lawsuit faces yet another challenge since her investigation began more than four years ago, with a March 12 hearing putting the spotlight on the attorney general’s politically motivated case and extensive coordination with activist groups.
The court will hear arguments on two motions filed by ExxonMobil last summer but only made public in December 2020. The filings seek to dismiss the lawsuit for its flagrant constitutional violations and failure to state a claim in support of the Massachusetts attorney general’s consumer and investor deception allegations.
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