Massachusetts

PEER's environmental work is solely directed by the needs of its members. As a consequence, we have the distinct honor of serving resource professionals who daily cast profiles in courage in cubicles across the country.

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News Releases for Massachusetts

GROUP CHARGES MMR 25-YEAR LEASE EXTENSION IS ILLEGAL

Files Notice of Lawsuit

MASSACHUSETTS AUTO EMISSIONS TESTS BADLY FLAWED

Cars Pass When They Should Fail, and Vice Versa

PERCHLORATE CONTAMINATION WORSENS ON CAPE COD

Commonwealth Issues Cleanup Order to the Army

ROMNEY OFFICIALS CITED IN UNION BUSTING COMPLAINT

Attorney Restructure Violates Labor Practice Laws

STATE MAY FORFEIT MILLIONS IN POLLUTION FINES

Romney Plan to Fire State Attorneys Will Disrupt Environmental Enforcement

ROMNEY MOVES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION INTO DEVELOPMENT AGENCY

Reorganization Creates Conflicts In Agency Role

GOV. ROMNEY ISSUES GAG ORDERS

Groups Environmental Employees Forbidden From Talking to Media

BERKSHIRE COMMUNITY COLLEGE WETLANDS VIOLATIONS INVESTIGATED

Embattled School President in Center of Controversy

HOCKOMOCK BLUE SPOTTED SALAMANDERS AREA RARE, PURE POPULATION

Independent Study Creates a New Roadblock to MBTA Rail Route

RAIL LINE THROUGH HOCKOMOCK UNDER FIRE

Report Details 10-Year Pattern of Distorted Data and Deceptive Documentation

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