Dirty companies have abused N.J.’s low-income communities for decades. The state wants justice.

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Camden, New Jersey

MICHAEL SOL WARREN / NJ.COM – State officials gathered in Camden on Thursday to announce new action aimed at getting justice for low-income and minority communities that have been plagued by dangerously polluted environments.

And, thanks to some restructuring in the state bureaucracy, more future action for environmental justice could be on the way.

Speaking at the headquarters of the community nonprofit Camden Lutheran Housing, New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal and New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Catherine McCabe detailed the filing of eight new lawsuits …

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