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SCR 82, 64th Regular Session
Memorializing the Congress of the United States, requesting that the congress amend and revise the Federal Water Pollution Control Act Amendments of 1972 as may be required to insure that the Environmental Protection Agency and the United States Corps of Engineers comply with the intent of congress that they are to recognize and rely upon the states in the exercise of primary responsibility for development, use, restoration, preservation, and enhancement of land and water resources; authorizing and requesting that Dolph Briscoe, Governor of the State of Texas, take all actions proper and necessary to assure the administrative and judicial protection of the equitable and reasonable authority of the State of Texas in exercising its primary responsibility for its land and water resources; declaring unalterable opposition to the expansion of federal authority over land and water resource management as would follow from implementation of the proposed rules as published.

Last action: Signed by Governor

Author: A.R. "Babe" Schwartz
Sponsor: Bill Sullivant

Session Law Chapter: Acts 1975, 64th R.S., SCR 82

Subjects:
Environment--General
Environment--Water
FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
Resolutions--Memorializing Congress

House Committee: Environmental Affairs () Minutes: May 21 1975

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