Feds ask New Jersey to scrap land-use bill

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has asked New Jersey lawmakers to throw out land-use legislation that would allow developers to build on land currently considered worthy of protection. Local realtors say the bill will encourage economic growth, but critics worry the rule changes would encourage economic sprawl and jeopardize the state's fresh water supplies.

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