Letters to Editor
12/14/2014: CCNJ SUPPORTS STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS’ DECISIONS TO LIMIT ACCESS TO EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS PLANS
The Chemistry Council of New Jersey, which represents many of the state’s leading manufacturers, supports state and local governments’ decisions to limit access to emergency preparedness plans to those who are entrusted with protecting the community.
09/10/2013: Regarding “That giant sucking sound"
Regarding Alfred Doblin's September 2, 2013 column ("That giant sucking sound on Labor Day"), I wholeheartedly agree with his argument related to the need to "create good-wage industries" in New Jersey. However, high energy costs coupled with heavy-handed and expensive regulations drive up the cost of doing business in the state for the business of chemistry and other good-paying manufacturing jobs.
09/06/2013: GOVERNOR CHRISTIE’S APPROPRIATE VETO
Jeff Tittel is mistaken and mischaracterizes important issues in his letter, “Christie wrong on polluted well legislation.”
11/04/2011: Governor Christie is right to question EPA’s overreaching regulations
Regarding your November 4, 2011 Editorial ("Gov. Chris Christie must support EPA-ordered coal plant cleanup, not partisan politics"), please take note that the governor’s inclination to stay out of the fight is one that promotes New Jersey’s best interests.