New Jersey

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News Releases for New Jersey

CORPORATE DEVELOPMENTS TRUMP NEW JERSEY CLEAN WATERS

Loophole-Riddled Stream Protection Plan: One Step Forward, Three Steps Backward

PROBE CALLED FOR IN NEW JERSEY TOXIC HIGH SCHOOL FIASCO

Inspector General Asked Why “Kiddie Kollege” Law Failed Clifton High School

NEW JERSEY CHEMICAL PLANT PLAN HAS ONLY VOLUNTARY STANDARDS

Corzine Administration Caves on Governor’s Signature Environmental Issue

NEW JERSEY JETTISONS GROUNDWATER POLLUTION STANDARDS

Drinking Water Supplies for Half the State Vulnerable to Toxic Contamination

NEW JERSEY WILL NOT CLOSE PARKS OR LAY OFF ECO-WORKERS

Governor Orders DEP to Explore Other “Funding Options”

NEW JERSEY DONS BLINDERS ON INDUSTRIAL SITE CLEAN-UP

State Retreats from Real Estate Transaction as Leverage for Toxic Remediation

NEW JERSEY MODEL FOR PRIVATIZED TOXIC CLEAN-UPS FAILS AUDITS

Serious Violations Found in More than Two-Thirds of Audited Massachusetts Sites

NEW JERSEY PARKS LOSE MILLIONS IN UNCOLLECTED LEASE PAYMENTS

Park Closures Could Be Averted by Reaping Concessionaire and Easement Revenue

CORZINE EMBRACES FAST TRACK LAW HE VOWED TO REPEAL

Quietly Appoints Fast Track “Czar” to Speed Development Permits

NEW JERSEY TO PRIVATIZE POLLUTION REGULATION TO SAVE MONEY

Outsourcing Clean-Ups Is Recipe for More Toxic Disasters, Legislature Told

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