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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. Common law remedies against environmental pollution arose only recently. ANSWER: F PAGE: 904 TYPE: + 2. The only remedy in a common law action brought against a business firm  for damage caused by pollution is an injunction. ANSWER: F PAGE: 904 TYPE: = 3. Anyone can sue to abate a “public” nuisance. ANSWER: F PAGE: 904 TYPE: = 4. Many states regulate the degree to which the environment may be polluted. ANSWER: T PAGE: 906 TYPE: = 5. Only private citizens can enforce most federal environmental laws. 199
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200 TEST BANK 2—UNIT NINE: GOVERNMENT REGULATION ANSWER: F PAGE: 906 TYPE: = 6. An environmental impact statement is required for private business pro- jects only. ANSWER: F PAGE: 906 TYPE: = 7. The National Environmental Policy Act requires state and local agencies to  prepare environmental impact statements. ANSWER: F PAGE: 906 TYPE: N 8. If an agency decides that an environmental impact statement is not nec- essary, it must announce that decision and state the reasons. ANSWER: T PAGE: 906 TYPE: N 9. The primary responsibility for implementing air-quality standards rests  with the federal government. ANSWER: f PAGE: 907 TYPE: N 10. Federal statutes provide the basis for issuing regulations to control air  pollution emanating from  stationary  sources only. ANSWER: F PAGE: 907 TYPE: + 11. Federal statutes provide the basis for issuing regulations to control air  pollution emanating from  mobile  sources only. ANSWER: F PAGE: 907 TYPE: = 12. Performance standards for major sources of air pollution require use of the  practically affordable control technology (or PACT). ANSWER: F PAGE: 907 TYPE: = 13. Corporate officers may be subject to criminal penalties for violations of the  Clean Air Act. ANSWER: T PAGE: 909 TYPE: =
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CHAPTER 45: ENVIRONMENTAL LAW 201 14. Federal statutes provide the basis for issuing regulations to control water  pollution. ANSWER: T PAGE: 909 TYPE: =
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202 TEST BANK 2—UNIT NINE: GOVERNMENT REGULATION 15. Those who violate the Clean Water Act may be subject to  civil  penalties. ANSWER: T PAGE: 910 TYPE: + 16. Those   who   violate   the   Clean   Water   Act   may   be   subject   to   criminal  penalties. ANSWER:
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