News & Updates

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August 6, 2020

he NJ Environmental Justice Alliance, Ironbound Community Corp. and Clean Water Action issued the following statement in response to the NJ Assembly Democrats refusal to conduct a previously scheduled final vote today on a critical environmental justice bill (A2212-S232, McKeon- Singleton) that has already passed the Senate and has unusually strong support from Governor Murphy, Senator Booker, NJ Urban Mayors Association, and over 250 labor, faith and justice groups.

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August 5, 2020

Testing suggests toxic PFAS chemicals in packaging from McDonald’s “Big Mac” and Burger King’s “Whopper”

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August 5, 2020

The scores don’t lie. They tell the real story about whether or not our legislators are working to protect our environment, health and safety or serving other agendas. That’s why we collaborated on the PDF icon2019-2020 Pennsylvania Environmental Scorecard​ which compiles a list of the most important environmental votes taken this session in the Pennsylvania General Assembly.

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August 4, 2020

Donald Trump y su administración han priorizado eliminar protecciones ambientales y han tratado de revertir más de 100 salvaguardias de agua limpia, salud y medio ambiente

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August 4, 2020

Joe Biden liderará el camino en la restauración de protecciones vitales del medio ambiente y la salud pública para salvaguardar el agua y las comunidades.

August 4, 2020

“Reparar el daño que Trump ha hecho no será fácil ni rápido. Se requerirá visión, claridad moral, disposición para escuchar y un líder que actuará en el mejor interés de todos nosotros. Joe Biden es ese líder”.

August 3, 2020

At a Tuesday hearing, Baltimore City's Department of Public Works agreed to lift reimbursement restrictions for residents dealing with sewage backups in and around their homes.

On top of plans to help with future cleanup, the department said they would eliminate a rule that currently requires residents to report a sewage backup within 24 hours in order to qualify for fast reimbursement.

Normally reimbursement tops out at $2,500, but the department says they will increase that amount to $5000.

July 30, 2020

“Repairing the damage Trump has done won’t be easy or quick. It will require vision, moral clarity, a willingness to listen, and a leader who will act in the best interest of all of us. Joe Biden is that leader.”

 

 

 

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July 30, 2020

Join us for our first Virtual Nationwide Event - Fighting Back and Moving Forward! 

Learn what we are doing for the upcoming elections and how we plan to reverse this administration's rollbacks in health and environmental protections and strengthen protections for our water.