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tion control. A flexible act, it would permit one-year exemptions in cases where violators would suffer “unreasonable hardships."
Other areas such as the New York-New Jersey region and the State of California have moved ahead with much more detailed plans for air pollution controls. It is time Washington recognized that the absence of steel mills or oil refineries here does not mean its atmosphere is or will remain safe to breathe.
AMEND STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS
SUBCOMMITTEE NO. 1
H.R. 6527, H.R. 6678 and H.R. 11544 TO AMEND THE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS IN CERTAIN
OCTOBER 2, 1967
Printed for the use of the Committee on the District of Columbia
NOV 14 1967
U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
WASHINGTON : 1967
South Carolina, Chairman
WILLIAM L. SPRINGER, Illinois ABRAHAM J, MULTER, New York
ÁLVIN E. O'KONSKI, Wisconsin JOHN DOWDY, Texas
WILLIAM H. HARSHA, Ohio BASIL L. WHITENER, North Carolina
CHARLES McC. MATHIAS, JR., Maryland B, F. SISK, California,
FRANK HORTON, New York CHARLES C. DIGGS, JR., Michigan
JOEL T. BROYHILL, Virginia G. ELLIOTT HAGAN, Georgia
LARRY WINN, JR., Kansas DON FUQUA, Florida
GILBERT GUDE, Maryland DONALD M. FRASER, Minnesota
JOHN M, ZWACH, Minnesota
SAM STEIGER, Arizona
JAMES T. CLARK, Clerk
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THOMAS G, ABERNETHY, Mississippi, Chairman
CHARLES McC, MATHIAS, JR., Maryland DONALD M. FRASER, Minnesota
JOEL T. BROYHILL, Virginia ANDREW JACOBS, JR., Indiana
14. LARRY WINN, JR., Kansas,
injury caused by a defective or unsafe improvement to real property..
District of Columbia Government, William A. Robinson, Assistant Corpo-
Czernowski, Alexander J., Secretary-Treasurer.
, Chairman, Law and Legislation Committee. request) on