New Jersey League of Conservation Voters is making the environment a top priority in Trenton.

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New Jersey has to face the impacts of climate change

Local governments have the ability to create stormwater utilities and the assessed revenue is dedicated and must be spent upgrading and maintaining infrastructure and controlling flooding.

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LEADING POLITICAL ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP STATEMENT ON GOVERNOR MURPHY’S 2021 STATE OF THE STATE ADDRESS

New Jersey LCV excited about Governor Murphy's plan to convene environmental justice communities and labor, to create a robust and equitable workforce strategy.

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LEADING POLITICAL ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP CONGRATULATES ASSEMBLYMAN KENNEDY ON NEW ROLE AS CHAIR OF ASSEMBLY ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE

New Jersey LCV looks forward to continuing to work with Chairman Kennedy on critical legislation to address climate change, advance environmental justice, and protecting clean drinking water.

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LEADING POLITICAL ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP CONDEMNS MOB VIOLENCE, CALLS FOR NEW CONGRESS TO RESTORE DEMOCRACY AND FOCUS ON SOCIAL JUSTICE

Incoming Biden administration and the new Congress should focus on restoring our democracy and fighting for environmental justice.

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LEADING POLITICAL ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP CELEBRATES ANNOUNCEMENT OF OFFSHORE WIND MANUFACTURING IN GLOUCESTER COUNTY

Investment in Gloucester wind manufacturing facility is a major step that clearly showcases New Jersey’s leadership in building our economy for the 21st century.

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Steering New Jersey to the right path on transportation

TCI can be used in a variety of ways, for funding New Jersey Transit to help transition to electric vehicles by building out electric car-, bus-,van- and truck-charging infrastructure.

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LEADING POLITICAL ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP APPLAUDS BIDEN APPOINTMENTS TO EPA AND INTERIOR

New Jersey LCV celebrating the historic appointments of Rep. Deb Haaland, first Indigenous American leading the Interior Department and Michael S. Regan,first African American to lead the Environmental Protection Agency.

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LEADING POLITICAL ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP APPLAUDS RELEASE OF CAMDEN PARKS AND OPEN SPACE PLAN

Congratulations to Camden for its first ever Parks and Open Space Plan, which can ensure residents enjoy the benefits of a healthy environment for years to come.

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LEADING POLITICAL ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANIZATION DISAPPOINTED WITH DRBC DECISION

New Jersey LCV disappointed that the Delaware River Basin Commission voted to approve LNG permit.

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It’s Time for Fossil Fuel Front Group to Come Clean and Stop Spreading Misinformation in New Jersey

Consumer Energy Alliance helps fossil fuel industry’s campaign to derail and delay, New Jersey’s transition to clean and affordable energy sources like wind and solar.

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