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Marlo Lewis

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Marlo Lewis, Jr. is a senior fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI), where he writes on global warming, energy policy, and other public policy issues.

Prior to joining CEI in April 2002, he served as director of external relations at the Reason Foundation in Los Angeles, California. During the 106th Congress, Lewis served as staff director of the House Government Reform Subcommittee on National Economic Growth, Natural Resources, and Regulatory Affairs. His interests include the science, economics, and politics of global warming policy; the precautionary principle; environmentalism and religion; and the moral basis of free enterprise.

Before joining CEI for his first tenure with the organization in 1993, Lewis served as research director for Citizens Against Government Waste. Earlier, he was a staff consultant to the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on International Economic Policy and Trade, a special assistant at the State Department Bureau of Inter-American Affairs and Bureau of International Organization Affairs, and a visiting assistant professor of political science at Claremont McKenna College.

Recent Articles and Publications

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June 11, 2021
By Marlo Lewis
The causes, consequences, and potential future risks of climate change to businesses and society are too uncertain to require companies to calculate and disclose climate risk in their disclosure statements, annual reports and other public documents.,
March 10, 2020
By Marlo Lewis
NEPA scrutiny of project-related greenhouse gas emissions are neither required by law nor are good policy.
October 29, 2019
By Marlo Lewis
President Trump was right to freeze the fuel economy increases the Obama administration had put in place, and he's wrong now to rescind that freeze.
April 17, 2019
By Marlo Lewis
The Competitive Enterprise Institute strongly supports EPA’s proposed determination that regulating coal- and oil-fired power plants under Section 112 of the Clean Air Act is not appropriate.

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