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(Studio: Jeff Glor) The use of stimulus funds for the EPA cleanup of superfund environmental sites examined; scenes shown from the wetlands of New Jersey where Vineland Chemical Co.'s industrial arsenic has been added to the Maurice River system; details given about the slow pace of the EPA cleanup that can now be speeded up via stimulus money. [Community activist Jane GALETTO- says the responsible parties are gone.] [EPA Vineland site manager Ron NAMEN- talks about expediting the project.] [Al & Sam's Canoe & Kayak Cheryl FOX - says more tourists are gravitating to the area.]
- Glor, Jeff
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