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Scott Pruitt: Person DB Profile: All Organizations

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This page lists all organizations mentioned in articles mentioning Scott Pruitt relating to Carbon Credits. For a complete overview of this entry's activities relating to this topic, please see the Scott Pruitt Person DB Profile.

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National Labor Relations Board   50.00% (6)
Environmental Protection Agency   41.67% (5)
Republican Presidential Forum   25.00% (3)
Commerce Committee   16.67% (2)
Us House Energy   16.67% (2)
Global Warming Policy Foundation   8.33% (1)
Partnership For The Common Good   8.33% (1)
Cato Institute   8.33% (1)
Cooler Heads Coalition   8.33% (1)
Georgetown University   8.33% (1)
European Union   8.33% (1)
American Conservative Union   8.33% (1)
United Nations Framework Convention On Climate   8.33% (1)
Heritage Foundation   8.33% (1)
Warsaw Members Of The Cooler Heads Coalition   8.33% (1)
College Football   8.33% (1)
Long Live Oil   8.33% (1)
Us Environmental Protection Agency   8.33% (1)
National Association Of Evangelicals   8.33% (1)
United States House Committee On Oversight   8.33% (1)
National Review Online   8.33% (1)
Energy Future Us Reps   8.33% (1)
Green Energy Is A Bust   8.33% (1)
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