CAAA

AcronymDefinition
CAAAClean Air Act Amendments of 1990
CAAACanadian Academic Accounting Association (Ontario, Canada)
CAAACalifornia Applicants' Attorneys Association
CAAACrane Army Ammunition Activity
CAAAComprehensive Anti-Apartheid Act
CAAACornell Asian Alumni Association (Cornell University; Ithaca, NY)
CAAACalifornia Agricultural Aircraft Association
CAAACommuter Airline Association of America
CAAACanadian Association of Advertising Agencies
CAAAClean Air Act Authority
CAAAComposers, Authors, and Artists of America
CAAAChinese American Abacus Association
CAAACoherent Adaptive Antenna Array
CAAACal Aggie Alumni Association (University of California, Davis)
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and accessibility, the CAAA conformity provisions and their implementing
This requirement of oxygen content in RFG as stated in CAAA of 1990 was replaced by a Renewable Fuels Standard (RFS) in the Energy Policy Act (EPAct) of 2005, signed into law by President Bush on August 8, 2005.
New York and 12 other states aim to end use of MTBE and seek a waiver from the federal CAAA product standard on oxygenates.
Volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions have already received considerable attention from researchers, and provisions from Title III (Hazardous Air Pollutants or HAPs) of the CAAA are currently drawing attention to HAP emissions.
Although the CAAA are perhaps best known for the 700 pages of detailed technical changes to the Act, they also contain several far-reaching regulatory policy shifts.
Skadden Arps partner and former White House chief counsel Greg Craig, who as foreign policy adviser to the late Senator Edward Kennedy played a significant role in crafting the CAAA, supported the statue project with legal services.
Covering the case, Greg Jones, the Western Bureau Chief at WorkCompCentral, reported in "California Applicants' Attorneys Association Wants TPA, Adjuster Prosecuted for Workers' Death," that the CAAA is now urging the Ventura County District Attorney's Office to file criminal charges against Sedgwick Claims Management Services and Theresa McDivitt, the claims adjuster who handled Romano's case.
Primer sequences were as follows: Cyp1a1: forward-5-GGTT AACCATGACCGGGAACT-3' and reverse5' -TG CC CAAA CCAAAGAG AGTGA- 3' (Schulz et al.
CAAA is co-located with Code WXR, the Navy design agent for countermeasure flares, at the NSWC installation at Crane, Ind.
Eskeland contrasts that result with Krupnick and Portney (1991), who found that for the United States, improvements in air quality mandated by the 1990 CAAA have costs that outweigh benefits on the order of 10:1.