Cuts to EPA budget are attack on N.J., environmental groups say

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BRICK TOWNSHIP — A bipartisan group of elected officials from the Jersey Shore joined with environmental groups Thursday to denounce proposed cuts to the budget of the federal Environmental Protection Agency, reductions they say would decimate programs that keep the state safe and its residents healthy. Pledging to ramp up efforts to oppose the proposed cuts,…

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