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Resolution aiming to contain toxic material

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Chemical companies, utilities and government bodies should use safer technologies to lower the risk of terrorism or the unintended release of hazardous materials, ac- cording to a resolution recently introduced in the Legislature.

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N.J. receives backing                   opers Association, which focuses
                                        on advancing professionalism
                                                                                              the loss of dairy farms in the
                                                                                              state, citing state statistics that
                                                                                                                                     the Legislature.
                                                                                                                                           Some toxic substances used
for developer title                     among those working in economic                       the number of dairies in New Jer-      by towns can be replaced with
                                        development. For additional infor-                    sey has fallen by 50 percent in the    safer alternatives, according to
Development experts who receive         mation, log on to www.njra.us/rti.                    past decade.                           the resolution, which was in-             “Any corruption is
training through a state institution  – Andrew Kitchenman                                           Senate Republicans plan to       troduced by Assemblywoman                  unacceptable —
can be designated as “economic de-                                                            highlight a series of state govern-    Linda Stender (D-Scotch Plains)
                                                                                                                                                                              anywhere, anytime,
velopment professionals” now that
a regional association has approved
                                        GOP: ‘Milk police’ show                               ment laws and regulations they
                                                                                              consider outdated or burdensome,
                                                                                                                                     and state Sen. Nicholas P. Scutari
                                                                                                                                     (D-Linden).                                by anybody. The
the state program.                      government is too big                                 including Sen. Thomas H. Kean Jr.’s          They cited bleach as an exam-      scale of corruption
     Participation in this program                                                            criticism of a state ban on “ladies’   ple. While some types of bleach use      we’re seeing as this
opens the door to becoming part       A long-standing ban on allowing                         nights” at businesses.                 chlorine, which can pose dangers
of a professional network offering    retailers to accept coupons for milk                          The bill is pending before the   when transported by rail, others do
                                                                                                                                                                                unfolds is simply
education, resources, advocacy        is the target of a bill proposed in the                 Senate Commerce Committee.             not use the substance.                     outrageous, and
and opportunities for networking,     state Senate.                                           – Andrew Kitchenman                          “We need to ensure the contin-          cannot be
according to the state Department           Sen. Joseph Pennacchio (R-                                                               ued safety of our rail arteries and of        tolerated.”
of Community Affairs, which is
urging all institute students to earn
                                      Morris Plains) cited this ban as one
                                      example of over-regulation in New
                                                                                              Resolution aiming to                   the areas surrounding them,” Scu-
                                                                                                                                     tari said.
the credential.                       Jersey, arguing that 45 other states                    contain toxic material                       Stender referred to a deadly       Gov. Jon S. Corzine, in
     The New Jersey Redevelopment     have abandoned their bans on                                                                   train derailment in Illinois, in           a statement following
Authority offers the training courses milk coupons.                                                   Chemical    
								
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