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Topic - Patrick Morrisey
Thirteen Republican state attorneys general on Wednesday raised privacy concerns about the federal health care law's in-person assistance programs.
For proof that President Obama is getting serious about climate change in his second term, look no further than his pick Monday to head the Environmental Protection Agency.
Top Republican legal officials say the Obama administration is reneging on key duties such as border security while overstepping its role through health care mandates and tight regulation of the energy industry, a trend that has led states to heighten their defenses against federal intrusion.
"I expect that challenging the EPA and ensuring that regulations are adherent to the rule of law will be one of my top priorities over the next few years," said West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey in an interview with The Washington Times last week, well before the McCarthy announcement.