A ruling by a federal judge in California allowed the Center for Environmental Health (CEH) to proceed with a lawsuit against FBOs and avgas distributors under state law, but did not address the businesses’ claim that federal law preempts state regulations on avgas, the National Air Transportation Association (NATA) announced.

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“The Center for Environmental Health generates much of its revenue by suing – or threatening to sue – alleged Proposition 65 violators, and then collecting “reasonable” attorney’s fees from the same violators.”  (CalPilots Editor’s Note: That isn’t Environmentalism, it’s a business). Read the entire dailybreeze.com article below.

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It was clear from the beginning that the Center of Environmental Health’s intent to sue California avgas suppliers was a fund raising strategy. We strongly suggest that you get the word out to insure no one donates to this Eco-Zealot organization looking for a means to fund itself regardless of the cost to aviation in California.

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A coalition of small business fixed-based operators (FBOs) and fuel distributors who sell leaded aviation gasoline (avgas) in California have sued the Center for Environmental Health (CEH) and the Attorney General of the State of California in response to a notice of an intended lawsuit against coalition members for supplying and using leaded aviation gasoline, allegedly in violation of the California Safe Drinking Water & Toxic Enforcement Act (Prop 65).

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