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Breaking– SCOTUS 10 am ruling that guts federal action on climate makes State budget corrections now even more critical
Cranford, NJ – Clean Water Action released the following statement as Governor Murphy signed the FY 2023 budget today.
In reaction to the Supreme Court’s decision today in West Virginia et al. v. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency et al., Clean Water Action President Robert Wendelgass released the following statement:
Clean Water Action announced today their endorsement of Congressman Tom Malinowski for re-election in New Jersey’s 7th Congressional District.
- Eric Benson
LANSING- Today, Clean Water Action announced their endorsement of Congressman Andy Levin for Michigan’s 11th Congressional District.
Environmental Justice (EJ) communities throughout New Jersey are on the brink of change as the landmark Environmental Justice Bill S232 comes closer to being realized. Today’s release of long awaited rules that accompany this landmark EJ Law is a critically important milestone.
The City of Waterbury is excited to announce the kickoff of the Waterbury Home Energy Action (HEA) Campaign, an initiative aimed at helping homeowners and renters cut their energy use, making homes more comfortable while also reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The city has partnered with local nonprofits, Clean Water Fund, Neighborhood Housing Services of Waterbury, Naugatuck Valley Project, and I Heart My Home.
LANSING - Today, Clean Water Action and Sierra Club Michigan Chapter released their legislative scorecard for the 101st Michigan Legislature. In a move unprecedented in the history of either organization they did not score environmentally focused bills, instead scoring bills that would have harmful impacts on our democracy.
- Christy McGillivray, Sierra Club808-726-5325
BOSTON--Silent Spring Institute published a peer-reviewed article today that details how widespread per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are in children’s products, including clothes, bedding, and furnishings. In response, the Alliance for a Healthy Tomorrow, a coalition of 60 environmental and public health nonprofits, called upon Massachusetts state legislators to pass pending bills that would protect Massachusetts’ children from PFAS and other toxic chemicals.
In a huge victory for public health, the Rhode Island House voted today to pass H7438 which bans toxic PFAS and heavy metals in packaging including food packaging.