In court Tuesday, Anderson said Healey cannot simply target groups that take a position on climate change that she does not agree with, "and therefore issue subpoenas to individuals and entities that have no contact with the state so they can be dragged to Massachusetts and answer to her because of her disagreement."
"We were just playing basketball," Anderson said. "If it was nowhere for a reason, if we were playing at a park, we would have just kept playing basketball. There was really nothing said that was any harm or anything. There really was nothing to it."