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GRAY: When it comes to climate the SEC should quit pretending to be the EPA, The Washington Post, August 15, 2021

C. Boyden Gray published an editorial in The Washington Post on August 15, 2021, arguing that President Biden should not misuse the SEC to regulate climate matters. He writes, The SEC’s congressional mandates do not include regulating the climate. The Biden administration is taking an explicit “whole of government” approach to climate, yet Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg once observed, in...
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GRAY & BERRY: For True Equality, Reject Misguided Notions of ‘Equity’, Newsweek, May 4, 2021

C. Boyden Gray and Jonathan Berry published an editorial in Newsweek on May 4, 2021 arguing that to establish true equality we must reject notions of “equity”. They write, The idea that equal outcomes—or “equity”—should be achieved at the expense of equal opportunity has come to be the dominant view of the American intelligentsia, especially with regard to race. Vice…

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GRAY & BERRY: Nasdaq’s Boardroom Diversity Push Isn’t Evidence-Based, April 29, 2021

C. Boyden Gray and Jonathan Berry published an editorial in the Wall Street Journal on April 29, 2021 arguing Nasdaq’s recent diversity push is not evidence based. They write, Progressive approval apparently means a lot to Nasdaq, which has officially proposed to its regulator—the Securities and Exchange Commission, newly chaired by Gary Gensler—to increase boardroom diversity through a “regulatory approach.”…

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GRAY: H.R. 1 Is a Constitutional Disaster in the Making, Newsweek, March 24, 2021

Former White House Counsel C. Boyden Gray published an editorial in Newsweek on March 24, 2021 arguing that H.R. 1 is a constitutional disaster in the making. He writes, The former Georgia state legislator and gubernatorial candidate recently told CNN that “the Elections Clause in the Constitution guarantees that the Congress alone has the power to regulate—to regulate the time,…

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GRAY: Congress Makes an Illegal Election Power Grab, Wall Street Journal, March 7, 2021

Former White House Counsel C. Boyden Gray published an editorial in the Wall Street Journal on March 7, 2021 arguing that H.R. 1 is an unconstitutional power grab. He writes, Congress has no power but what the Constitution enumerates. Thus, for congressional elections, Article I, Section 4 gives state legislatures what Justice Neil Gorsuch described as “primary responsibility” to establish…

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GRAY: Electric Car Quotas Have a High Cost, Wall Street Journal, January 26, 2021

Former White House Counsel C. Boyden Gray published an editorial in the Wall Street Journal on January 26, 2021 arguing that California and the Biden administration’s attempt to impose state electric car quotas violate federal law. He writes, To promote efficiency, federal law broadly forbids state regulations “related to fuel economy standards.” Courts have held that this law forbids electric-car quotas and…

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GRAY: The U.S. Media Are Suppressing the Truth About Hydroxychloroquine, American Greatness, December 18, 2020

Former White House Counsel C. Boyden Gray published an editorial in American Greatness on December 18, 2020 arguing that the U.S. media are suppressing the truth about Hydroxychloroquine. He writes, Italy’s Council of State last week took a step in the right direction when it reversed the country’s July 22 ban on the off-label use of hydroxychloroquine. They issued this…

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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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