Press Clips

Following are recent press clips from national publications that relate to PEER issues, campaigns and news releases.


SAY NO TO CRUMB RUBBER FIELDS

From: The Daily News of Newburyport

"New York and Los Angeles have stopped installing crumb rubber fields until further research confirms their safety. The EPA stated in December 2013…

A RELUCTANT YES ON OPEN SPACE BALLOT QUESTION: EDITORIAL

From: NJ.com

"Five years have passed since Gov. Chris Christie promised to establish a stable source of funding for open space purchases. But he broke that promise and now the fund…

COMMENTARY: GRAZING OPPONENTS' STATEMENTS MISREPRESENT FACTS

From: Elko Daily Free Press

"My name is Paul Tomera, I am one of the permitees in the Argenta Allotment in Battle Mountain. I would like to take this opportunity to address an article…

PARK SERVICE CONSTRUCTION DAMAGED NATIVE AMERICAN BURIAL SITES

From: NPR

"Imagine being able to drive an all-terrain vehicle right up next to a sacred earthen Native American burial mound. At Effigy Mounds National Monument, you can. Three million…

SOUTH COAST RAIL MAKING BIG TRACKS WITH $18.4 MILLION AT-GRADE CROSSING IMPROVEMENTS, 22 ASSISTANCE GRANTS

From: Taunton Daily Gazette

"Kyla Bennett of Public Employees for Environmental Responsibilities questioned King, saying it was the individual communities that had “the final say” on…

FREE LEGAL HELP FOR EMBATTLED US SCIENTISTS

From: Royal Society of Chemistry

"A pro bono network that will provide legal protection for US scientists in government and academia has beenlaunched by the Public Employees for Environmental…

VOTERS TO DECIDE FUTURE OF OPEN SPACE FUNDS

From: Edison/Metuchen Sentinel

"NJ Keep it Green, an environmental group, is asking the public to vote “yes” on the question, while members of New Jersey Public Employees for Environmental…

CORPS’ CAMP DECISION CHALLENGED

From: Suffolk News Herald

"A former employee of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers believes his opposition to the Corps’ preliminary wetlands assessment of a Holland Road property proposed…

UNDER SCOTT, DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION UNDERGOES DRASTIC CHANGE

From: Tampa Bay Times

"When Jeb Bush was governor, it took an average of 44 days for the DEP to approve a permit. Cutting that to two days means it's now as easy to get a pollution…

HOW SAFE ARE YOUR KIDS!: IGNORING THE KILLER DANGERS OF ARTIFICIAL TURF … FOR POLITICS AND PROFIT

From: City Watch

"Watchdog groups like Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER) have approached government agencies like the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the…