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Senate Budget and Appropriations Approves Bill Allocating Voter Designated Open Space, Farmland, and Historic Preservation Funding

TRENTON, N.J. – The New Jersey Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee approved, with bipartisan support, a bill to appropriate the voter approved funds for open space, farmland, and historic preservation and stewardship. New Jersey Keep It Green (NJ KIG), the state’s largest coalition of conservation and historic preservation organizations, applauds the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee for voting to approve S969. This bill ensures that corporate business tax (CBT) revenues constitutionally dedicated to preservation and stewardship of New Jersey’s land, water and historic resources are used as intended by the voters. NJ Keep It Green urges members of the Assembly Budget Committee, and the full Legislature to vote on the bill swiftly. S969/A780 is sponsored by Senators Smith and Bateman, and Assembly members Andrzejczak, McKeon, Spencer, Pintor Marin, Dancer, Vainieri Huttle, and Land.

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​New Jersey LCV Announces Delegation Scores from LCV’s 2015 National Environmental Scorecard

Trenton, NJ – New Jersey LCV today unveiled scores for the New Jersey delegation released as part of the League of Conservation Voters (LCV) 2015 National Environmental Scorecard. The Scorecard includes the most votes ever scored and reveals the most anti-environmental Congress in our history. Nonetheless, President Obama, joined by some strong conservation allies from New Jersey, led the way on combating climate change and protecting our environment. The Scorecard is available in both English and Spanish at scorecard.lcv.org.

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New Jersey LCV Announces Delegation Scores from LCV’s 2015 National Environmental Scorecard 

New Jersey LCV today unveiled scores for the New Jersey delegation released as part of the League of Conservation Voters (LCV) 2015 National Environmental Scorecard. The Scorecard includes the most votes ever scored and reveals the most anti-environmental Congress in our history. Nonetheless, President Obama, joined by some strong conservation allies from New Jersey, led the way on combating climate change and protecting our environment. The Scorecard is available in both English and Spanish at scorecard.lcv.org.

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Mayor Fulop, Councilman Rivera, and the New Jersey League of Conservation Voters Announce Long-term Plan to Reduce Jersey City's Carbon Footprint and Put Jersey City on the Path to Become America's Greenest City

JERSEY CITY - Underscoring their commitment to sustainability, Mayor Steven M. Fulop and At-Large Councilman Daniel Rivera, along with the New Jersey League of Conservation Voters, announced today a long-term plan to reduce Jersey City's carbon footprint that paves a path for Jersey City to become America's greenest city. The new legislation, which calls for energy audits on a three-year basis, will create accountability and set aggressive goals to reduce energy consumption, serving as a model for municipalities across New Jersey

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NJLCV PAC Stands Up for the Environment in Englewood Cliffs

Englewood Cliffs, NJ- This year, New Jersey League of Conservation Voters (NJLCV) Political Action Committee (PAC) made it clear that it is willing to make the tough choices and challenge incumbent elected officials who turn their backs on the environment.  

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NJLCV Nearly Triples Election Spending in 2014 on Public Question 2

This year, the New Jersey League of Conservation Voters (NJLCV) and NJLCV Education Fund, the affiliated 501 c(3) organization, invested significant time, energy, and resources in outreach to the public about Public Question 2.  

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LCV Action Fund Endorses Roy Cho for Congress

WASHINGTON, DC-The League of Conservation Voters (LCV) Action Fund, which works to elect candidates who will implement sound environmental policies, announced today its endorsement of Roy Cho for Congress (NJ-5). Cho will support commonsense policies that make America a leader in clean energy while working to protect our environment and natural resources for generations to come.

"Roy Cho recognizes that preserving our environment and growing our economy go hand-in-hand, which is why he will work to expand our clean energy economy," said LCV Action Fund President Gene Karpinski. "He will support commonsense approaches to protecting our natural resources and ensure that our air and water are clean."

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NJLCV Pushes Public Question 2 Over the Top

This Fall, the New Jersey League of Conservation Voters (NJLCV) and NJLCV Education Fund, the affiliated 501 c(3) organization, invested significant time, energy, and resources to reach out to voters about Public Question 2. 

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LCV Action Fund Endorses Senator Cory Booker for Re-Election

The League of Conservation Voters (LCV) Action Fund, which works to elect candidates who will implement sound environmental policies, announced today its endorsement of Cory Booker for re-election to the U.S. Senate from New Jersey.

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New Jersey LCV Applauds Legislative Effort to Block Christie’s Exit from RGGI

Trenton, NJ- Today Senate President Stephan Sweeney joined Senator Bob Smith and Peter Barnes in announcing a legislative effort to block the Governor’s latest attempt to ignore the Regional Green House Gas Initiative (RGGI) law.

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