WASHINGTON -- A House subcommittee quickly approved stop-gap legislation yesterday that would grandfather state and local waste flow control laws, regulations, and plans that were in effect as of mid-May.

The transportation and hazardous materials subcommittee of the House Energy and Commerce Committee passed the bill on a voice vote and sent it to the full committee, even though controversial issues remain, because time is running out in this legislative session.

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