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Atlantic City Mayor Don Guardian
Atlantic City Mayor Don Guardian (Townsquare Media NJ)
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New Jersey mayors join opposition to drilling in Atlantic

Mayors of several New Jersey shore towns are joining with members of Congress from the state to oppose allowing oil drilling in the Atlantic Ocean.

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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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Governor Christie
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Christie Gets A “D” For Environmental Policy [AUDIO]

After more than two years in office, Governor Chris Christie received a pathetic report card from an environmental group that endorsed him in 2009.

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NJ Residents Weigh In On Offshore Oil Drilling

Opponents of a plan to let companies test for hidden undersea oil and natural gas deposits from Delaware to Florida turned out in force Friday to urge the federal government to kill the idea.

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Oil Drilling
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New Fears About Drilling For Oil Off The Coastline Of New Jersey

Federal officials have announced plans to conduct environmental studies that could eventually pave the way for oil drilling in the Atlantic Ocean up and down the East coast.

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