Massachusetts

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News Releases for Massachusetts

COYOTE KILLING CONTESTS DON’T BELONG IN NATIONAL PARKS

Petition Presses Cape Cod Seashore to Sharply Limit Carnivore Hunting

MASSACHUSETTS NEEDS A PFAS PUBLIC HEALTH ADVISORY FOR GAME

“Forever Chemical” Buildup in Food Chain Affects Game and Fish in Toxic Hotspots

PFAS BREAKTHROUGH IN MASSACHUSETTS

Army to Give Both Immediate Relief and Long-Term Treatment for Hard-Hit Town

MASSACHUSETTS SCARRED BY “FOREVER CHEMICAL” CONTAMINATION

Bay State’s Widespread and Severe PFAS Levels Are Test for New EPA Action Plan

BAY STATE SOUTH COAST RAIL PLAN TETHERED TO A LEAD BALLOON

Retaining Controversial Stoughton Alternative Dooms the Entire Plan to Failure

PRUITT MOVES TO POLITICIZE SUPERFUND CLEANUPS

New Policy Enables Administrator to Bypass Staff and Dispense Favors to Industry

BAY STATE SOUTH COAST RAIL SHOULD RETURN TO DRAWING BOARD

New Review Should Revisit Unrealistic Assumptions that Sunk Stoughton Alternative

MASSACHUSETTS BEGINS MASS ENVIRONMENTAL ROLLBACK

Wetlands, Wildlife and Water Management Protections May Be on Chopping Block

SOUTH COAST RAIL DEALT MORTAL BLOW BY NEW TRANSIT PLAN

Years-Long “Moratorium” Puts Massachusetts South Coast Expansion into Dustbin

EPA FAULTS BAY STATE SOUTH COAST RAIL PLAN

Several “Outstanding issues” Continue to Pose Legal Hurdles for Stalled Rail Line



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