Clinton veto leaves board in limbo

Fairley, Peter
June 1995
Chemical Week;6/14/1995, Vol. 156 Issue 23, p12
Trade Publication
Reports on the implications of President Bill Clinton's decision to veto a bill that included a rescission in funding allocated for the Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board. Administration's intention to eliminate the board's funding; Board's creation as an independent agency by the 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments; Issues concerning the board's functions; Attempts to eliminate the board.


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