California

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News Releases for California

FAILED TOXIC CLEANUP AT MALIBU SCHOOLS

Congressman Ted Lieu Sends EPA Reports of Illegal PCBs

PCBS REMOVED FROM SANTA MONICA SCHOOLS BUT LEFT IN MALIBU

Comprehensive Testing and Precautionary Removals Sought but Denied in Malibu

FEDS FIND GAPING HOLES IN CAL/OSHA SAFETY NET

Serious Enforcement and Inspection Failures Put California Workers at Risk

FEDERAL PROBE INTO KLAMATH IRRIGATOR CONTRACTS ORDERED

U.S. Special Counsel Directs Interior to Justify Legality and Purpose of Payments

JUDGE GREENLIGHTS MALIBU SCHOOL PCB LAWSUIT

District Spending Tops $6 Million in Steps to Avoid Complete Cleanup

SETTLEMENT LIMITS OFF-ROAD VEHICLE ROUTES FOR INYO COUNTY’S ADVENTURE TRAILS

BISHOP, Calif.— The Center for Biological Diversity, Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility and Inyo County today settled a lawsuit on the so-called “Adventure Trails” pilot project, limiting…

SCHOOL DISTRICT’S OWN TESTS SHOW SHOCKING PCB LEVELS

Highly Toxic Classrooms Still Occupied with No Abatement Date Slated

FEDERAL LAWSUIT TO FORCE TOXIC CLEANUP OF MALIBU SCHOOLS

Immediate Removal of PCBs above Legal Limits and School-Wide Testing Sought

LAWSUIT FILED ON INYO COUNTY'S ADVENTURE TRAILS

Ill-conceived Plan Would Turn Owens Valley Into Noisy, Polluted ORV Playground

FEDERAL FUNDS FOR DROUGHT-STRICKEN FISH SIPHONED BY IRRIGATORS

Klamath Contracts Worsen Drought Conditions by Pumping More Groundwater



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