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Gov. Christine Todd Whitman recently set aside $75 million--with $23 million still available -- for land preservation in New Jersey, and there's a lot more of that to come.
Spending money on land preservation is a good idea, one that should be examined by Pennsylvania.
Under Whitman, New Jersey's legislature has approved a bill that will save 1 million acres of open space, including farmland, wetlands and forest.
"A hundred years from now, the very acres we are preserving here and throughout New Jersey today will stand undeveloped, unspoiled and unquestionably a legacy for future generations to treasure," she told people gathered in Lawrenceville, …