House Concurrent Resolution 4

 
 
 

General Assembly

132

Short Title

Reduce burden of e-check and explore alternatives to it 
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Long Title To urge Congress to amend the Federal Clean Air Act to eliminate the requirement to implement the E-Check Program, to urge the Administrator of USEPA to alleviate burdensome requirements of the E-Check Program and the Clean Air Act if Congress fails to act, and to encourage OEPA to explore alternatives to E-Check.

Version

As Introduced

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Committees

House Federalism and Interstate Relations Committee
 
 

Primary Sponsors

Ron Young
 
 
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