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Are there Toxic Chemicals in Your Baby’s Crib?

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is initiating risk assessments on 20 flame retardants and three other chemicals found in everyday consumer products. New Jersey’s senior U.S. Senator is urging the EPA to conduct further evaluations of chemicals found in household products like children’s cribs.

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Are NJ Rivers and Streams Clean or Polluted? [AUDIO]

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is out with a new report that says more than half of the nation's river and stream miles are in poor condition, with high levels of pollution and bacteria.

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Worker turning valves at gas drilling site. (Lester Lefkowitz, Getty Images)
Worker turning valves at gas drilling site. (Lester Lefkowitz, Getty Images)
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Flaws in EPA Drilling Pollution Data, Report Says

The Environmental Protection Agency's internal watchdog says limited data and unreliable estimates on air pollution from oil and natural gas production are hindering the agency's efforts to police the drilling boom.

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Lautenberg Calls For Probe Of Toxins In Kid’s Products

Today, U.S. Senator Frank R. Lautenberg (D-NJ) is leading a group of 23 Senators in calling on the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to evaluate whether flame retardant chemicals found in everyday household products put Americans’ health at risk.

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NJ Among 16 States Granted Clean Gas Waivers

The Obama administration is temporarily waiving some Clean Air Act requirements in 16 states and the District of Columbia to reduce fuel disruptions from Superstorm Sandy.

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Feds Remove Wayne Site From Superfund List

Federal officials say a six-acre plot in northern New Jersey that was once contaminated with radioactive thorium has been officially removed from the nation's Superfund list.

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Gov. Christie Won’t Support New Federal Pollution Rules

Gov. Chris Christie says New Jersey won't join a lawsuit supporting the Environmental Protection Agency's new pollution rules.

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Are Compact Fluorescent Light Bulbs Really Better?

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Jim talked about the ban on incandescent light bulbs and the new compact fluorescent lights (CFL).

House Republicans on Tuesday failed

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