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POLLUTION. INITIATIVE. Declares state policy regarding pollution of air, land, and water. Within 6 months each industrial or manufacturing plant must record and publish statement of pollutants discharged and do so monthly thereafter. Requires certain designated law enforcement officers on request of any citizen to demand those causing pollution to reduce such pollutants on sliding scale to 1 percent in five years; imposes penal sanctions and civil penalties. Provides that 1972 or later model petroleum powered motor vehicles, and other specified vehicles, must have anti pollution equipment which meets prescribed standards. If this proposed initiative is adopted, undefined additional financing from state sources in the approximate amount of $4,220,000 for the first year and $3,500,000 annually thereafter will be required.
Mrs. Joyce A. Koupal, 1737 1/2 No. Serrano Apartment C-8, Hollywood, California 90027; Mr. Roger Jon Diamond Attorney At Law, 17315 Sunset Boulevard, Pacific Palisades, California 90272; Dr. Jack D. Thrasher, 16610 Hart Street, Van Nuys, California 91406
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Pollution California Initiative 40 (1969).