NJ Panel Clears Bill Requiring Superfund Hearings

Law360, New York (March 10, 2014, 5:59 PM EDT) -- New Jersey lawmakers on Monday again tried to push forward legislation that would require the state's environmental regulator to hold a public meeting and take other steps before recommending a site for the federal Superfund list.

The Assembly Environment and Solid Waste Committee in a 6-0 vote released the measure seeking greater public involvement in the properties that end up on the National Priorities List, though a long road remains before it reaches the desk of Gov. Chris Christie. The Assembly in June cleared a version...
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