Administrative Watch: Toxic Injustice

Administrative Watch: Toxic Injustice A log fumigating operation proposed for a predominantly minority area could bring toxic injustice to the coast. The North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has paused its processing of a permit application for an operation which would emit more than 40 times the total existing statewide emissions of toxic methyl… Continue Reading Administrative Watch: Toxic Injustice

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Washington Watch: Catastrophic Kavanaugh

Washington Watch: Catastrophic Kavanaugh The verdict is in: President Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court would represent a catastrophe for clean water and air. Brett Kavanaugh’s unusually clear and extensive record as a Court of Appeals judge allowed environmental advocates to make a decisive judgment on his danger as a potential member of the Supreme… Continue Reading Washington Watch: Catastrophic Kavanaugh

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Campaign Watch: NCLCV Announces Endorsements

Campaign Watch: NCLCV Announces Endorsements Last week, NCLCV’s Conservation PAC announced its initial endorsement of 34 new candidates for North Carolina House and 18 new candidates for North Carolina Senate. In addition, it named another list of 48 previously endorsed incumbent members of the state legislature who are seeking re-election and whose environmental records justify… Continue Reading Campaign Watch: NCLCV Announces Endorsements

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Campaign Watch: NCLCV Will Release Legislative Endorsements

Campaign Watch: NCLCV Will Release Legislative Endorsements NCLCV will release its 2018 slate of endorsements in key state legislative contests this week. The releases are expected to be made on a regional basis in order to emphasize good environmental candidates around the state. Look for these endorsements to be posted here within the next few… Continue Reading Campaign Watch: NCLCV Will Release Legislative Endorsements

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