U.S. INDUSTRY REFIGHTING BATTLES ON CLEAN AIR ACT

07/23/1990
Patrick Crow Washington Editor The U.S. oil industry is refighting lost skirmishes this summer as House and Senate conferees work on compromise Clean Air Act legislation. Oil lobbyists will be arguing against several provisions such as requirements for reformulated gasoline. But changes will be hard to win. Merging the House and Senate Clean Air Act reauthorization bills will be no small task. Both are about 700 pages long. They take different approaches to different problems. The House bill is more stringent in some respects, the Senate bill in others. Leaders have named 147 congressmen-more than one four...
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