Dana Joel Gattuso is at the National Center for Public Policy Research as a Senior Fellow. She is also a public policy consultant and freelance writer on environmental and natural resources issues.
Ms. Gattuso previously was director of projects and issues at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce for environment and regulatory affairs. Before working at the Chamber, she was director of research at the San Francisco-based policy group Pacific Research Institute. Ms. Gattuso also previously worked with Citizens for a Sound Economy as deputy director of regulatory affairs, and at the Heritage Foundation.
Ms. Gattuso has written numerous studies and articles for newspapers, magazines, and journals that have appeared or been cited in The New York Times, Washington Post, Washington Times, USA Today, Baltimore Sun, Detroit News, Fortune Magazine, and Regulation Magazine. She is also a contributor to the book Privatizing Correctional Institutions (Transaction Publishers). Ms. Gattuso received her education at Butler University in Indianapolis and George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. She currently resides in Alexandria, Virginia.
As the House and Senate hash out their differences in the stimulus package and President Obama further bemoans Republicans’ “usual political games,” he should note that his critics extend far beyond the GOP.
Congress doesn’t trust consumers to make the right decision when it comes to selecting the right source of energy.
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"When we've finally gotten serious about global warming, when the impacts are really hitting us and we're in a full worldwide scramble to minimize the damage, we should have war crimes trials for these bastards - some sort of climate Nuremberg." -David Roberts, Gristmill, Grist Magazine, September 19, 2006
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