New Jersey

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News Releases for New Jersey

WHEN IT RAINS…IT FLOODS

New Jersey Continues to Lose War on Sprawl New Figures Show

NEW JERSEY ENVIRONMENTAL BUDGET SHRINKS BUT TASKS GROW

New Corzine Initiatives Will Worsen Already Large State Environmental Deficits

NEW JERSEY PUNTS AGAIN ON WATER POLLUTION RULES

400 Backlogged Projects May Escape Anti-Sprawl Controls

60 MORE NEW JERSEY DAY-CARE CENTERS NAMED ON TOXIC WARNINGS

Hundreds of Homes, Schools and Other Facilities May Also Be Vulnerable

NEW JERSEY PLOTS NEW TOXIC RULES BEHIND CLOSED DOORS

Press and Public Barred from State House “Stakeholder” Meeting

NEW JERSEY FLOATS DEVELOPMENT SCHEMES ON CLEAN WATER FUNDS

Golf Courses, Transit Villages and Transferable Building Rights Are Eligible Projects

CORZINE URGED TO CLOSE LOOPHOLES IN TOXIC DAY-CARE BILL

Conditional Veto Could Strike Out Exemptions and Strengthen Safeguards

NEW JERSEY AGENCY SAT ON SECRET LIST OF 6,000 TOXIC DANGER SITES

Latest Corzine “Kiddie Kollege” Reform Scheme Falls Well Short of Mark

NEW JERSEY WHISTLEBLOWER LAW HAS HUGE COVERAGE GAPS

State Ranks with Kentucky, Below Oklahoma and West Virginia in National Study

NEW JERSEY TOXIC DAY CARE REFORM BILL STILL MISSES THE MARK

State Grasping for Quick Fixes to Broken Brownfields Program

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