" Running down the roadbed at one stop, I collared Don Evans. I asked him how Bush, as president, would balance his loyalty to the oil, gas and petrochemical industries with the nation's growing concerns about environmental policy. The pause was long. ÔWe'll have a policy position on the environment and energy, it's being worked on.' Evans emphasized that the governor has taken 'enormous constructive steps to reduce pollution.'
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A public law designed to prevent the practice of "bid brokering", i.e., the practice of buying items and then reselling them to the Government without the adding of any value to the item by the reseller. The Act provides that contracts subject to its provisions (generally contracts over $10,000) may be awarded only to "manufacturers" or "regular dealers", as defined.