NJ environmental law’s top 10 of 2019

Gov. Phil Murphy and Attorney General Gurbir Grewal

LEWIS GOLDSHORE / NJ ENVIRONMENT NEWS – During 2019 the Murphy administration’s environmental agenda took shape and sharper focus. As expected, it has followed a much greener path than the business-friendly or open for business climate defined by the Christie/Martin tenure.

The executive branch efforts were complemented by legislative initiatives many of which had languished on Sen. Bob Smith’s (D-Middlesex), chair of the Senate’s Environment and Energy Committee, to do list. A number of significant judicial decisions and executive branch actions rounded out 2019’s top ten …

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