HOUSTON – Mt. Hawley Insurance Co. argued in a lawsuit filed Jan. 16 in the Houston Division of the Southern District of Texas that it should not have to cover damages incurred by an apartment complex owner after two people were allegedly killed at the complex by a contracted security guard.
State governments across the country are suing energy companies like ExxonMobil on the pretext that “climate change” is a proven fact rather than an hypothesis, that energy companies have contributed to it and therefore are legally responsible for any weather-related damages that occur and the cost of their remediation.
This is the first installment of a two-part post on the long-running lawsuit involving Texas’ foster care system, styled M.D. v. Abbott. I begin with an overview of the numerous problems for democratic governance that are created by “institutional reform litigation.”