Sen. Chafee plans mark up of Superfund reform bill in May; says he hopes for bipartisan support

April 1996
Insurance Advocate;04/27/96, Vol. 107 Issue 17, p4
Reports on American senator John H. Chafee's plans for a Superfund reform bill. Relief from retroactive liability; Revenue from Superfund corporate taxes to pay for full repeal; Reduction of transaction costs; Call for a limited repeal of retroactive liability.


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