Don't dump on us: Virginia waste bill may face legal hurdle

Meisler, Daniel
February 1999
Bond Buyer;02/22/99, Vol. 327 Issue 30583, p7
Trade Publication
States that the Virginia General Assembly has debated legislative bills that would restrict the flow of solid waste into the state and tighten regulations of landfills. Constitutional roadblock for the proposal to stop New York City from shipping its trash by barge to the state; Governor James Gilmore's support on the bills.


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