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issue or deny the  permit in accordance with the  requirements of this

title.  No objection  shall be  subject to  judicial review  until the

Administrator takes final action to issue  or deny a permit under this

subsection.

   "(d) Waiver  of Notification  Requirements.-(1) The  Administrator

may  waive the requirements of subsections (a)  and (b) at the time of

approval  of  a  permit program  under  this  title  for any  category

(including any class, type,  or size within such category)  of sources

covered by the program other than major sources.

   "(2)  The Administrator  may, by  regulation, establish categories

of sources (including any  class, type, or size within  such category)

to  which the requirements of subsections (a) and (b) shall not apply.

The preceding sentence shall not apply to major sources.

   "(3) The  Administrator  may exclude  from any  waiver under  this

subsection notification  under subsection  (a)(2). Any  waiver granted

under  this subsection may be revoked or modified by the Administrator

by rule.

   "(e)  Refusal of  Permitting Authority  To  Terminate, Modify,  or

Revoke and  Reissue.-If the Administrator  finds that cause  exists to

terminate,  modify, or revoke and  reissue a permit  under this title,

the Administrator shall notify the permitting authority and the source

of the Administrator's finding. The permitting authority shall, within

90   days  after  receipt   of  such  notification,   forward  to  the

Administrator  under  this   section  a   proposed  determination   of

termination,   modification,   or   revocation  and   reissuance,   as

appropriate.  The Administrator may extend  such 90 day  period for an

additional 90  days if the  Administrator finds that a  new or revised

permit application is necessary, or that the permitting authority must

require   the  permittee   to  submit   additional  information.   The

Administrator   may  review  such  proposed  determination  under  the

provisions of  subsections (a)  and (b).  If the  permitting authority

fails  to  submit  the  required  proposed  determination, or  if  the

Administrator objects  and the  permitting authority fails  to resolve

the  objection within 90 days, the Administrator may, after notice and

in accordance with fair  and reasonable procedures, terminate, modify,

or revoke and reissue the permit.

"SEC. 506. OTHER AUTHORITIES.

   "(a) In General.-Nothing in this  title shall prevent a  State, or

interstate   permitting   authority,   from  establishing   additional

permitting requirements not inconsistent with this Act.

   "(b) Permits Implementing Acid Rain  Provisions.-The provisions of

this title,  including provisions regarding  schedules for  submission

and  approval or  disapproval of  permit applications, shall  apply to

permits implementing the  requirements of title IV  except as modified

by that title.

"SEC.   507.  SMALL   BUSINESS   STATIONARY   SOURCE   TECHNICAL   AND

ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM.

   "(a) Plan  Revisions.-Consistent with sections  110 and 112,  each

State shall,  after reasonable notice  and public hearings,  adopt and

submit to the Administrator  as part of the State  implementation plan

for such  State or  as a  revision to such  State implementation  plan

under section 110, plans for establishing a small business sta-

tionary  source  technical  and  environmental  compliance  assistance

program. Such submission shall be made within 24 months after the date

of  the  enactment  of  the  Clean Air  Act  Amendments  of  1990. The

Administrator  shall approve such program  if it includes  each of the

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