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Urgent: Protest NJ Toxic Tap Water

  • State of NJ Dept. of Environmental Protection 401 East State Street Trenton, NJ, 08608 United States (map)

Water company samples published on a DEP website July 30, 2017, prove that at least two NJ towns contain levels of lead in drinking water exceeding federally acceptable levels,equal to or worse than the water in Flint, Michigan. Much of the rest of New Jersey’s water may be dangerously contaminated as well. However, The NJDEP refuses to follow its own rules.

It’s going to take our active protest to protect the lives of New Jersey’s children. Join us in Trenton on Wednesday, demanding emergency action by our government to provide safe water immediately to people unknowingly living in a public health crisis. RSVP to and get more details.

Earlier Event: August 15
Kaper-Dale for Governor Town Hall