CALIFORNIA MAY TIGHTEN ENVIRONMENTAL RULES

A new California environmental initiative planned for the 1990 elections would impose still more costly and stringent rules and programs on the petroleum industry if implemented. Backed by California Atty. Gen. John Van de Kamp, who is running for governor, the initiative is seen as a "political grab bag of issues which attempts to bypass the legislative process," said Western States Petroleum Association (WSPA). The Environmental Protection Initiative (EPI) would hit the oil and gas

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