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The importance of salience: public opinion and state policy action on climate change
R Bromley-Trujillo, J Poe
Journal of Public Policy 40 (2), 280-304, 2020
1392020
The Importance of Salience: Public Opinion and State Policy Action on Climate Change
R Bromley-Trujillo, J Poe
Journal of Public Policy, 1–25, 2018
1392018
The spreading of innovation: State adoptions of energy and climate change policy
R Bromley‐Trujillo, JS Butler, J Poe, W Davis
Review of Policy Research 33 (5), 544-565, 2016
862016
Public support for climate change policy: consistency in the influence of values and attitudes over time and across specific policy alternatives
JW Stoutenborough, R Bromley‐Trujillo, A Vedlitz
Review of Policy Research 31 (6), 555-583, 2014
812014
Cleaning up the mess: Redevelopment of urban brownfields
RC Hula, R Bromley-Trujillo
Economic Development Quarterly 24 (3), 276-287, 2010
602010
Climate policy conflict in the US states: a critical review and way forward
JA Basseches, R Bromley-Trujillo, MT Boykoff, T Culhane, G Hall, N Healy, ...
Climatic Change 170 (3), 32, 2022
522022
Climate change policymaking in the states: A view at 2020
R Bromley-Trujillo, MR Holman
Publius: The Journal of Federalism 50 (3), 446-472, 2020
432020
Hot districts, cool legislation: Evaluating agenda setting in climate change bill sponsorship in US states
R Bromley-Trujillo, M Holman, A Sandoval
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 19 (3), 375-395, 2019
282019
Salience, scientific uncertainty, and the agenda‐setting power of science
R Bromley‐Trujillo, A Karch
Policy Studies Journal 49 (4), 992-1018, 2021
262021
Climate scientists and environmental interest groups: The intersection of expertise and advocacy
R Bromley-Trujillo, JW Stoutenborough, KJ Kirkpatrick, A Vedlitz
Politics, Groups, and Identities 2 (1), 120-134, 2014
182014
How to win friends and influence people: Climate scientists’ perspectives on their relationship with and influence on government officials
JW Stoutenborough, R Bromley-Trujillo, A Vedlitz
Journal of Public Policy 35 (2), 269-296, 2015
142015
States Take the Lead: The Determinants of State Environmental Policy Activity
R Bromley-Trujillo
State Politics and Policy Conference Houston, TX: University of Kentucky, 2012
92012
Scientific advocacy, environmental interest groups, and climate change: are climate skeptic portrayals of climate scientists as biased accurate?
R Bromley-Trujillo, JW Stoutenborough, A Vedlitz
Climatic change 133, 607-619, 2015
72015
Analyzing Variation in State Newspaper Coverage of Climate Change
R Bromley-Trujillo, B Dunk, A Karch
Climatic Change 176 (174), https://doi.org/10.1007/s10584-023-03638, 2023
32023
Bending priorities: a study in policy framing. State of Michigan’s Brownfield initiative
H Richard, R Bromley-Trujillo, R Hamlin
Transylvanian Review of Administrative Sciences 5 (27), 105-128, 2009
32009
The state of American federalism 2022–2023: Escalating culture wars in the states
R Bromley-Trujillo, P Nolette
Publius: The Journal of Federalism 53 (3), 325-348, 2023
22023
Seeing Is Believing: The Role of Place in Mitigating Partisan Attitudes Toward the Environment
R Bromley-Trujillo, DJ Ciuk, AB Kirkpatrick, R Bitecofer
State and Local Government Review 56 (1), 42-59, 2024
2024
Manuel P. Teodoro, Samantha Zuhlke and David Switzer: The Profits of Distrust: Citizen-Consumers, Drinking Water, and the Crisis of Confidence in American Government
R Bromley-Trujillo
The Forum 21 (3), 501-503, 2024
2024
Environmental Policy Support in the American States
R Bromley-Trujillo
Michigan State University. Political Science, 2011
2011
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