New Jersey

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News Releases for New Jersey

JERSEY OPEN SPACE MEASURE CANNIBALIZES PARKS & ECO-PROGRAMS

Zeros Out Park Maintenance Money and Forces Layoffs in Waste & Water Programs

FEDERAL AUDIT TAGS CHRISTIE FOR POST-SANDY TV ADS

“Significant Deficiencies” May Cost State $23 Million in “Unsupported” Expenses

CHRISTIE’S TWO-FACES ON OPEN SPACES

Bashes Open Space Commitment He Touts to Win Federal Grants

CHRISTIE’S BARNEGAT BAY SHELL GAME

Regulatory Ruses to Evade Legal Duty to Impose Meaningful Pollution Controls

STUDY DOCUMENTING BARNEGAT BAY DECLINE KEPT IN LIMBO

Land Use Driving Nutrient Loading; Pollution Diet Needed to Avert Tipping Point

NEW JERSEY HANDS DRINKING WATER SAFEGUARDS TO DUPONT

Corporate-Dominated Science Board Asks DuPont to Self-Assess Chemical Effects

CHRISTIE LANDFILL TO SOLAR SCHEME GOES TERRIBLY WRONG

State DEP Sitting on Report Detailing Fenimore Landfill Toxic Seepage into Streams

NEW JERSEY FLUNKS AUDIT ON FEDERAL STIMULUS FUNDS

Two-Thirds of Leaking Underground Storage Tank Clean Up Work Left Undone

EPA BADLY FUMBLES JERSEY POMPTON LAKES TOXIC CLEANUP

Permit Withdrawal Throws Eco-Safeguards into Doubt While Adding Years of Delay

CHRISTIE ECO-OFFICIALS FRONTED FOR FAVORED DEVELOPER

Mastro Report Focus on DEP Role in Pressing Hoboken for Rockefeller Project

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