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Mar 20, 2017

A sample of some of the the top political, energy and environment stories of the past week in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware and beyond, as reported in EnviroPolitics and EnviroPolitics Blog.

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Sep 26, 2015

For three years, the NY/NY Baykeeper has been trying to restore its oyster research operation in NJ's Raritan Bay that was shut down by the state DEP. A bill to lift the ban passed the Senate on Sept. 24 but last-minute amendments may have crippled it. Baykeeper Debbie Mans explains what happened.


Aug 21, 2015

Did the NJ Pinelands Commission Exec pull on fast on environmental organizations opposed to South Jersey Gas's proposed natural gas pipeline to the B. L. England power plant? Was it a surprise? Yes. Was it legal? Pinelands Preservation Alliance exec Carleton Montgomery says no and explains why. 


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Tom Wolf will become Pennsylvania's Governor today with an inaugural ceremony at the Capitol in Harrisburg followed by parties. A coalition of anti-fracking organizations threatens to disrupt the event despite the fact that Wolfe has promised a number of new restrictions on fracking and a...