New Jersey

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News Releases for New Jersey

RADIOACTIVE SCHOOL SITE IS TIP OF NEW JERSEY TOXIC ICEBERG

Over 100 School Site approvals expedited under Secret Deal

NEW JERSEY POLLUTION AGENCY BUFFETED BY REVOLVING DOOR ISSUES

Corzine Urged to Impose Stricter Ethics Rules, Lobbying Transparency & Whistleblower Protection

BUILDERS' LOBBYIST TAPPED AS TOP STATE ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATOR

Wittenberg Will Oversee Environmental Rules She Criticized as Lobbyist

NEW JERSEY PROPOSES PCB PLAN, BUT LEAVES OUT NUMERICAL LIMITS

Industry-Backed Pollution Scheme for Dirty Waters Will Not Pass Legal Muster

ETHICS COMMISSION REJECTS DEVELOPER INSIDE INFORMATION PROBE

Pay-to-Play Politics Still Alive and Well in Trenton

NEW JERSEY FACING CHROMIUM EMERGENCY – 1 IN 10 CANCER RISKS

State Scientist Reveals DEP Cover-Up; Demand for Federal Intervention

“FAST TRACK” FOR NEW JERSEY DEVELOPMENT BACK ON TRACK

Reorganization Regulations Adopted Despite Acting Governor’s Moratorium

NEW JERSEY SEPTIC RULES IN THE TANK

DEP Allows Developers to Spoil Last Remaining Rural Landscapes

NEW JERSEY COVERING UP DEALS WITH CHEMICAL INDUSTRY

Public Records Request for Chemical Industry Pact Denied on Security Grounds

DEP CLEAN WATER CONSULTANT ALSO WORKS FOR POLLUTERS

“Ethical Swamp” Persists Despite Acting Governor’s Ethics Reform Pledge

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