Legislation submitted in the Senate yesterday to end uncertainty raised by a recent Supreme Court decision on controlling the flow of solid waste will not be enough to solve the problem, the Public Securities Association warned this week.

Sen. Frank Lautenberg, D-N.J., submitted legislation that would preserve flow control programs already in existence for any type of waste, but would forbid the use of flow control for new commercial waste financings. The plan was submitted to the Senate Environment and Public works Committee as an amendment to an interstate waste transportation bill.

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