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Question: Under existing laws, States do not have broad authority to control how hazardous materials are stored, used, transported, and disposed of within their borders.

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  2.  False

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Under existing laws, States do not have broad authority to control how hazardous materials are stored, used, transported, and disposed of within their borders. This statement is False.

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