Christie's environmental funding cuts get an icy reception


 The head of the Sierra Club of New Jersey Thursday described Gov. Christi's plan to take money from environmental protections efforts to cut into the state's $2.2 billion 2009-10 budget deficit as a snow job.

"This is an anti-environmental snow job by the Christie administration," Jeff Tittel said. "This is bad for the economy and bad for the environment. It will lead to the loss of green jobs and more pollution."

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