Murphy said the reversal was about protecting the 13,000-plus square miles of the Delaware River Basin.
A new chairman for the embattled Port Authority. The governor nominates a Democrat. Taking a toll. Will Turnpike collections really be privatized? And the real state of Garden State drinking water.
9 member board appointed by the governor, Sen. president and Assembly speaker are looking into NJ water quality.
A group of six environmental groups has rated Gov. Christie, the DEP, DCA, legislature, president and federal agencies on their responses after Hurricane Sandy hit.
Environmentalists from New Jersey and Delaware say they will take legal action in both states to make industrial facilities change their ways to reduce fish kills and limit pollution discharge.
Environment New Jersey issued a report that found 8.5 million pounds of toxic chemicals in the state's waters, though the DEP rejects the report.