Poll: Is the Garden State Still Committed to Being ‘Green’?

NJ Spotlight News | July 7, 2016 | Polling
Cuts to environmental programs have become more the rule than the exception. What’s happened to NJ’s dedication to its air, water, and open spaces?

The state budget once again liberally trims environmental programs across the board — nearly $141 million in clean-energy programs, spending at the Department of Environmental Protection, and officials dragging their feet on new initiatives, including offshore wind.

# Is the environment no longer a priority in New Jersey?

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