Controlling Industrial Pollution: The Economics and Politics of Clean Air

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APPENDIX B
Votes on Bills Rated by the League of Conservation Voters to Derive Results in Table 7-3

Environmental Votes, House of Representatives
1975
H.R. 25 Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act of 1975 (LCV
2)
H.R. 25 Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act of 1975 (Spell-
man amendment) (LCV 3)
H.R. 5899 Supplemental Appropriations, Fiscal Year 1975 (LCV 4)
H.R. 25 Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act of 1975 (over-
ride veto) (LCV 5)
H.R. 8122 Public Works Appropriations, Fiscal Year 1976 (LCV 9)
H.R. 8122 Public Works Appropriations (Steelman amendment) (LCV
10)
H.R. 8773 Interior Appropriations, Fiscal Year 1976 (LCV 11)
H.R. 8070 Housing, Space, and Veterans' Appropriations (LCV 14)
H.R. 8841 Pesticide Control Act Amendments (LCV 15)
H.R. 8631 Price-Anderson Act Amendments (LCV 17)
1976
H.R. 11455 Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore Amendments (LCV 1)
H.R. 22345 Land and Water Conservation Fund (LCV 3)
H.R. 9560 Water Pollution Control Act Amendments-Wetlands (LCV
6)
H.R. 14236 Public Works-ERDA Appropriations (LCV 8)
H.R. 13777 Public Land Policy-Mining Withdrawals (LCV 11)
H.R. 9719 National Park Taxes (LCV 14)
H.R. 13372 Amendments to the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act-
New River
(LCV 15)
H.R. 14230 Toxic Substances Control Act-Toxic Chemicals (LCV 17)
H.R. 10498 Clean Air Act Amendments-Nondegradation (LCV 18)
S.2371 National Parks Mining (LCV 19)
S.2371 Death Valley Mining (LCV 20)
H.R. 10498 Clean Air Act Amendments-Auto Emissions (LCV 21)

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