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Connecticut Legislature Approves Ban on Plastic Microbeads in Personal Care Products, Pesticides on Town Playgrounds

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The 2015 Connecticut Legislative Session has officially come to a close, and CCE members in Connecticut are celebrating two important, last-minute victories for clean water and a healthy environment. The first is a bill that phases out and ultimately prohibits the sale of personal care products that contain plastic microbeads.  These are tiny plastic particles that […]

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Talking Crap: What the Sewage Pollution Right-to-Know Bill Means for NY

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On Thursday, August 9, Governor Cuomo signed the Sewage Pollution Right-to-Know Act into law, ensuring that the public has access to information about sewage overflows so the public can avoid recreating in contaminated water. At the exact moment this bill was being signed in Albany, residents of Rockland and Westchester were watching 3.4 million gallons of raw […]

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