I can't breathe, there is to many things polluting the air!
Hello, Governor Paul? This is Lisa Green and I demand something be done about the poor air quality in our community.
Lorena, arrange a meeting with the state legislature so that we can address this air quality problem.
Lisa Green is spending time with her dog in her backyard when suddenly she's having trouble breathing due to high amounts of pollution in the air.
Pollution Problems We have too many cars polluting the air There are too many industrial factories dumping harmful gas into the air There are no rules or regulations requiring that companies must limit the amount of emissions put into the air
Lisa decides to call her state governor to demand that something is done to fix the air quality in her community.
Clean Air Act of 1970 This legislation authorized the development of comprehensive federal and state regulations to limit emissions from both stationary (industrial) sources and mobile sources, thus lowering the amount of pollution and allowing for more breathable air.
The governor decides to call the state legislature so that they can help him figure out a decision for the air quality problem in the area.
I can finally enjoy my time outdoors with my dog, thank you Clean Air Act!
The governor holds a meeting with some of the state legislatures, and they begin to address all the problems that Linda Green has brought to the governor's attention.
The governor and the state legislature agree to pass the Clean Air Act of 1970 to regulate emissions and to keep the air clean of pollutants so it doesn't become harmful to humans.
Linda and her dog can now happily enjoy their time outside without having to worry about the quality of the air, thanks to the Clean Air Act of 1970!