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Chapter 45 Environmental Law N.B.:   TYPE  indicates that a question is new, modified, or unchanged, as  follows. N A question  new  to this edition of the Test Bank. + A question  modified  from the previous edition of the Test Bank, = A question  included  in the previous edition of the Test Bank. TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS 1. Environmental law is new. ANSWER: F PAGE: 904 TYPE: = 2. Common law doctrines no longer apply against polluters. ANSWER: F PAGE: 904 TYPE: N 3. An individual cannot file a “private” nuisance suit against a firm that pol- lutes the environment. ANSWER: F PAGE: 904 TYPE: = 4. Businesses that engage in ultrahazardous activities are strictly liable for  any injuries. ANSWER: T PAGE: 904 TYPE: = 5. Only the government can enforce most federal environmental laws. 197
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198 TEST BANK 1—UNIT NINE: GOVERNMENT REGULATION ANSWER: F PAGE: 904 TYPE: = 6. Local governments control some aspects of the environment. ANSWER: T PAGE: 906 TYPE: N
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CHAPTER 45: ENVIRONMENTAL LAW 199 7. The Environmental Protection Agency is the only federal agency with the  authority to regulate specific environmental matters. ANSWER: F PAGE: 906 TYPE: = 8. An environmental impact statement is required for federal government  projects only. ANSWER: F PAGE: 906 TYPE: = 9. State agencies have the primary responsibility for preventing air pollution. ANSWER: F PAGE: 906 TYPE: N 10. Pollution-control standards generally do  not  change. ANSWER: F PAGE: 907 TYPE: = 11. The same standards for air quality apply to sources of pollution in clean  areas and sources in polluted areas. ANSWER: F PAGE: 907 TYPE: = 12. Violators of emission standards under the Clean Air Act may be subject to  civil  penalties. ANSWER: T PAGE: 909 TYPE: + 13. Violators of emission standards under the Clean Air Act may be subject to  criminal  penalties. ANSWER: T PAGE: 909 TYPE: + 14. A new source of water pollutants must install pollution-control equipment  before beginning operations. ANSWER: T PAGE: 910 TYPE: N 15. Under   no   circumstances   can   any   waste   be   discharged   into   navigable  waters. ANSWER: F PAGE: 910 TYPE: =
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200 TEST BANK 1—UNIT NINE: GOVERNMENT REGULATION 16. State or local governments set pollutant standards for most sources of  drinking water. ANSWER: F PAGE: 910 TYPE: =
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CHAPTER 45: ENVIRONMENTAL LAW 201 17. Once certified, a pesticide may be used in unlimited quantities on food  crops. ANSWER: F PAGE: 911 TYPE: = 18. The Environmental Protection Agency does  not  regulate toxic substances.
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