Massachusetts

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News Releases for Massachusetts

MASSACHUSETTS SUSPENDS TROUBLED WOODY BIOMASS INITIATIVE

Sustainability, Pollution and Net Energy Usage Uncertainties Prompt New Study

WESTPORT WETLANDS WHISTLEBLOWERS WIN

Settlement Affirms Conservation Commissioners’ Right to Act Free from Politics

DEMOCRATS PRESSURE EPA TO GREEN-LIGHT PORK

Rep. Frank Says EPA Will Bar Anyone with a “Record of Hostility” to Pet Project

RIDERSHIP FOR STOUGHTON LINE FALLS AS COSTS RISE

Worst Eco-Alternative Rail Line Will Cost Massachusetts $800,000 per Commuter

BAY STATE SELECTMEN SUBJECT OF COMPLAINT AND FEDERAL LAWSUIT

Purge of Conservation Commission Fuels Development Free-for-All in Rehoboth

OCEAN FISHERIES PROTECTIONS TO BE WEAKENED

Bush Plan Would Give Industry Greater Power over Fishery Management Decisions

MASSACHUSETTS RECHARGE PLAN PUTS DRINKING WATER AT RISK

Industrial Polluters Escape Monitoring, Enforcement and Ongoing Safeguards

BAY STATE WORSENS PRESCRIPTION DRUG IN DRINKING WATER PROBLEM

Siting Hospitals and Nursing Homes Next to Drinking Water Wells Is Unwise

WETLANDS WHISTLEBLOWERS IN WESTPORT PROCEED TO TRIAL

Legal Defense Fund Established for “Westport Four” Conservation Commissioners

SECRET TOWN MEETINGS TO PAVE RATTLESNAKE HILL RULED ILLEGAL

Sharon Selectman Repeatedly Violated Open Meeting Law for Luxury Development

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