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A New Jersey congressman and environmentalists are urging the federal government to take action to protect millions of New Jersey residents from a group of chemicals found in more than 500 drinking water supplies across the state.
Campaigners for tighter health limits on toxic PFAS chemicals are taking their fight to Congress where a committee last week approved a bill that would require the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to set regulations that it has so far avoided implementing.
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Frank Flakes or Pallone Puffs - which has a better ring?
Cereal wasn't on the menu but it was on everyone's mind Friday afternoon when Rep. Frank Pallone Jr. was presented with a Wheaties box adorned with his smiling face.
WASHINGTON — Companies responsible for dumping chemicals again would pay a special tax to clean up polluted sites under legislation introduced Thursday by a powerful New Jersey Democrat.
A $37 million beach replenishment project will begin in December at three New Jersey spots that badly need it: Long Branch, Sea Bright, and Monmouth Beach.
The Reversing the Youth Tobacco Epidemic Act of 2019 includes the following measures:
LONG BRANCH - The federal government should be allowed to negotiate the cost of brand name drugs with their manufacturers,
WASHINGTON — New Jersey officials are one step away from gaining access to $100 million in federal funds they can use to help replace Newark’s lead pipes.
WASHINGTON — Upset about high drug prices? Congress may finally do something.
WASHINGTON — If Congress is going to take steps to address climate change, Rep. Frank Pallone Jr. will be out front.