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October 10, 1985

The effort to renew and expand the stalled Superfund program cleared a hurdle when a House subcommittee approved a toxic waste bill requiring that cleanups be started at 600 sites through 1990. The legislation was praised by environmentalists pushing for a strong Superfund bill and was criticized by the Environmental Protection Agency. The action opened the way for the full committee to vote today on the $10-billion, five-year package that appeared to have broad bipartisan support.

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