Coalition launches seven-figure campaign for ‘green’ ballot measure in New York | New

ALBANY (TNS) — A coalition seeking to pass a pro-environment constitutional amendment in November has launched a seven-figure ad campaign focused on how its passage would benefit New York’s drinking water infrastructure.

The group, called Vote Yes for Clean Water & Jobs Coalition, is lobbying for the Environmental Bond Act, which if passed would allow the state to bond up to $4.2 billion for a multi-year investment in capital projects targeting drinking water, air, wildlife and the environment.


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