- Michael Morgan’s qualifications and education were not listed on public profiles reviewed.
Michael (Mike) Morgan is a Kansas-based lobbyist for Koch Industries. Morgan also sits on the Private Enterprise Advisory Council of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), a “free market” organization designed to link state legislators with corporations and create template bills.
ALEC has worked closely with the fossil fuel and tobacco industries, including ExxonMobil, Koch Industries, Peabody Energy, and Reynolds Tobacco. , ,  Morgan represents Koch Industries on the board, for whom he was previously director of government affairs. 
In 2015, Morgan appeared alongside Dennis Hekde and Robert Olson, Republican members in the Kansas House of Representatives, at an event announcing a Kansas plan to end a renewable energy mandate in the state. Also there was Jeff Glendening, state director for the Kansas Chapter of Americans for Prosperity, a Koch-funded libertarian advocacy group. , 
The group were giving a news conference to announce a deal to water down the state’s renewable energy targets, following lobbying efforts to repeal the state’s “20 by 2020” mandate requiring electric utilities to produce at least 20% of their power from renewable resources by 2020. Americans for Prosperity had flown notorious climate science denier Willie Soon to Kansas in 2013 to testify in front of state legislators that global warming wasn’t a serious problem. 
Morgan is a Director and Executive Committee Member of the Kansas Chamber of Commerce, which “partners with other pro-business organizations and local chambers to promote business-friendly legislation,” as well as “encouraging pro-business candidates to run for office and supporting their campaigns,” according to its website. It also runs the “Chamber PAC,” which it describes as giving the “Kansas business community a channel to finance pro-business candidates.” , 
In 2006, Morgan also created a consulting practic.
Stance on Climate Change
Michael Morgan does not appear to have made any public statements about climate change.
Michael Morgan does not appear to have been quoted recently in any major outlets.
September 26, 2018
December 3, 2015
- American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) — Private Enterprise Advisory Council member, Corporate Board of Directors, State Chairman for Kansas. A report by Common Cause/Union for Concerned Scientists lists Michael Morgan on ALEC‘s “Energy, Environment and Agriculture Task Force Roster.” , , 
- Koch Companies Public Sector — Consultant (exact role unspecified). 
- Kansas Chamber of Commerce — Director and Executive Committee Member. 
- Americans for Prosperity — Worked with Jeff Glendening to water down Kansas renewable energy targets. 
Morgan does not appear to be active on social media.
Morgan’s writings do not appear to have been published in any major outlets.
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