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GRAY: Revisiting Hydroxychloroquine, American Conservative, October 19, 2020

Former White House Counsel C. Boyden Gray published an editorial in The American Conservative on October 19th, 2021 arguing that there is substantial evidence to suggest that Hydroxychloroquine is effective in treating Covid-19. He writes, Hydroxychloroquine, a 70-year-old malaria drug that is also regularly used to treat lupus and rheumatoid arthritis, is inexpensive and has an excellent safety profile. It…

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GRAY: Universal mail-in voting jeopardizes the equal right to vote, but absentee voting protects it, The Hill, September 9, 2020

Ambassador C. Boyden Gray published an editorial in The Hill on September 9, 2020 arguing that universal mail-in voting jeopardizes the equal right to vote. He writes, States must treat every eligible vote the same. But state universal mail-in procedures and shifting ballot count deadlines jeopardize the equal right to vote. Universal mail-in voting risks both the dilution of legitimate…

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Comments of Illinois Corn Growers et al. on EPA’s Vehicle Test Procedure Adjustments for Tier 3 Test Fuel, No. EPA-HQ-OAR-2016-0604

BG&A submitted comments submitted on behalf of The Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, and Wisconsin Corn Growers Associations, Ohio Corn & Wheat Growers Association, Texas Corn Producers, Urban Air Initiative, Inc., Clean Fuels Development Coalition, and American Coalition for Ethanol.

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BG&A files amicus brief on behalf of constitutional law scholars challenging citizen suits in Detroit energy case

Boyden Gray & Associates filed a brief today on behalf of constitutional law scholars Richard Epstein and Jeremy Rabkin in the case U.S. et al. v. DTE et al., No. 10-13101 (E.D. Mich. July 30, 2020). The brief argues that citizen suits allow private parties to enforce public rights without constitutionally required executive supervision, and thus infringe on core executive…

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