New Jersey

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News Releases for New Jersey

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

NEW JERSEY TO CONSULT INDUSTRY ON ECO-REWRITES IN SECRET

“Efficiency” Task Force Members Not Barred from Self-Dealing with DEP

NEW JERSEY ASKS BUSINESS TO REWRITE ENVIRONMENTAL STANDARDS

Developers See Slow Economy as Lever to Weaken Anti-Pollution Permit Rules

NEW JERSEY AIDE GOT TOO CLOSE TO DEVELOPERS

Ethics Complaint Filed Against Personal Advisor to DEP Commissioner

MERCURY IN NEW JERSEY DAY-CARE CENTER 3,000 TIMES STANDARD

State Wants to Demolish Old Thermometer Plant but No Further Testing of Kids

NEW JERSEY CUTS DEEPLY INTO PROTECTED STREAM BUFFERS

Commissioner Revokes Her Year-Old Order, Leaving Buffers at Mercy of Politics

NEW JERSEY ADMITS PRIVATIZED CLEAN-UP PROGRAM HAS FAILED

State Relies on Industry and No Longer Inspects Sites Until They End Up in the News

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