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Air Quality National Commission

The National Commission on Air Quality was a 13 member Commission created by the 1977 Clean Air Act Amendments. The Commission was required to report to Congress on the effectiveness of that law and on alternative approaches to controlling air pollution, in time for the next Congressional revision of clean air legislation.

NCAQ was terminated upon submission of its final report on March 3, 1981.

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