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Nature of Congressional Process Attitude -- If it is not prohibited, it is permitted Local unhappiness affecting "critical mass" of constituencies Action in individual states Congressional action (with or without executive leadership) (Congressional politics) •" R i d e r s " Resulting Federal law affects implementation . .......... slowly (Administrative politics) Citizen action to enforce and implement law; industry lobby to not enforce the law ( Administrative politics; courts) Possible extrapolation to state imitative actions Issues of Federal pre-emption, US State initiative Possibility of Congressional clarification of law Local grass-roots advocacy is the essential building block Science; education; media; power of producers F.P. Salvucci 1.253, Spring 2003 slide 1 March 7
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1956 - Interstate 1966 - 4f 1969 - NEPA 1970 - CAA F.P. Salvucci 1.253, Spring 2003 slide 2 March 7
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Difference Between NEPA and 4f; CAA NEPA "balances" 1) define the problem; "scope" 2) consider alternatives 3)
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This note was uploaded on 12/06/2011 for the course ESD 11.380j taught by Professor Fredsalvucci during the Fall '02 term at MIT.

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