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Op-Ed: The Next Big Step in Fighting NJ’s ‘Forever Chemical’ Problem

Updated: Jun 26

By Eileen Murphy, PhD, vice president of government relations at NJ Audubon Society and NJ co-chair of the Keep It Green Coalition.

December 15, 2022 |

Photo: Eileen Murphy, PhD/ NJ Spotlight News

The New Jersey Legislature is poised to be a national leader in addressing the toxic legacy of so-called forever chemicals that threaten the health and safety of families across our state. It’s time for our lawmakers to take action.

NJ SEED: Many residents rely on public transportation to get to and from their jobs. Commuters, as well as transit employees, should not be subject to unruly and disruptive passengers who need to be held accountable for bad behavior. In our coarsening culture, suspending riding privileges is an option but enforcement would be a challenge.

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