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Our Children’s Trust Climate Law Suit Scheduled For Trial On February 5

Despite a furious defensive effort by some of the most powerful and wealthiest corporations on the face of the earth represented by a phalanx of $1,000 an hour lawyers from the nation's top law firms, the climate lawsuit filed by Our Children's Trust on behalf of 21 young plaintiffs ranging in age from 9 to 20 is headed to court. This week, U.S. District Court Justice Ann Aiken set the trial date for February 5, 2018, in her courtroom in Eugene, Oregon Our Children’s Trust Climate Law Suit Scheduled For Trial On February 5 was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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