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Governor Cuomo's Proposed Budget Fails to Invest Enough in Clean Water

Submitted by Susan Torres on Fri, 2015-01-30 12:55.
Overflows are common with our outdated water system.Overflows are common with our outdated water system.

Working with our partners, the Adirondack Council, Environmental Advocates of New York, the New York Water Environment Association, and Riverkeeper, NYLCV is calling on Governor Andrew Cuomo to invest more in clean water projects for all of New York State.

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NYLCV Blog | Filed Under: Water,Statewide

New York State Policy Agenda for 2015

This year will be a big year for New York. This year could be the year New York becomes an environmental leader. Working with the state's leading environmental, transportation, energy and conservation organizations, we've created an agenda that will give New York a blueprint for jumping to the forefront of environmental issues. Our Statewide Policy Agenda lays out a clear plan of action for addressing New York's most pressing environmental issues in 2015.
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Major Victory for Children in Albany County

No More Toxic Toys in AlbanyNo More Toxic Toys in AlbanyA historic day in Albany County as County Executive Daniel McCoy signs the Toxic-Free Toys Act, Local Law "J" into law - the first in New York State to do so.
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New Report Finds Toxic Toys in Long Island

Sparkle Charm toySparkle Charm toy

Our work to eliminate toxic chemicals from children's toys and products continues in Long Island with the release of a new report highlighting the presence of lead, cobalt, mercury, and other dangerous chemicals in items on the shelves now.

Learn more about our work and the joint report with Clean and Healthy New York.

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