New Jersey

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News Releases for New Jersey

HUGE NEW JERSEY WATER INFRASTRUCTURE NEEDS NOT BEING MET

State’s Economic Future Threatened by Not Investing in Environmental Quality

NEW JERSEY LEAVES DOOR OPEN FOR MORE SCHOOLS ON TOXIC SITES

Governor’s “Working Group” Dodges Question of Acquiring Toxic Land for Schools

JERSEY SHORE HIGHLY VULNERABLE TO STORMS AND SEA LEVEL RISE

Environmentalists Urge Corzine Administration to Include Global Warming and Land Use Reforms in Pending Insurance Industry Bailout

NEW JERSEY DECLARES A POLLUTERS’ HOLIDAY

New “Grace Periods” Relax Already Scandal-Ridden Toxic Cleanup Rules

NEW JERSEY TOXIC CLEANUP PROGRAM EXPOSED AS TOOTHLESS TIGER

State Allows Industry to Control Cleanup Even In Most Egregious Cases

CALL FOR INSPECTOR GENERAL TO HEAD MERCURY DAY-CARE PROBE

Severe Toxic Problems Acknowledged in 2002 Internal “Vulnerability Assessment”

MERCURY-LADEN DAY-CARE CENTER IN NEW JERSEY IS NO ANOMALY

Lax State Brownfield Laws Make Tragedy an “Accident Waiting to Happen”

NEW JERSEY SHORE DEGRADED BY SPRAWL DEVELOPMENT

Legislature Urged to Tighten Coastal Protection Laws

ENVIRONMENTAL GROUPS LAUNCH MAJOR SHORE INITIATIVE

Announcement coincides with Friday’s Legislative Hearing

ENVIRONMENTAL AGENCY EXTENDS "GRACE PERIODS" TO POLLUTERS

Minor Violations Forgiven in Revival of Whitman Penalty Moratorium

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