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      "(2) The Administrator may still award a grant to an agency not

   meeting the requirements of  paragraph (l)  of this subsection  if

   the   Administrator,  after  notice  and  opportunity  for  public

   hearing,   determines  that   a  reduction   in  expenditures   is

   attributable to a  non-selective reduction in the  expenditures in

   the programs of  all Executive  branch agencies of  the applicable

   unit of Government. No agency  shall receive any grant  under this

   section  with respect  to  the maintenance  of  a program  for the

   prevention and control  of air pollution unless  the Administrator

   is satisfied that such a  grant will be so used to supplement and,

   to the extent  practicable, increase the level of State, local, or

   other  non-Federal  funds. No  grants  shall  be  made under  this

   section   until   the  Administrator   has   consulted  with   the

   appropriate official  as designated by  the Governor or  Governors

   of the State or States affected.".

   (f)  Costs.-Section  106  of  the  Clean  Air  Act  is  amended by

striking  "three-fourths of the air  quality planning program costs of

such  agency"   and  inserting   "three-fifths  of  the   air  quality

implementation program costs of such agency".

SEC. 803. ANNUAL REPORT REPEAL.

    Section 313 of the Clean Air Act is repealed.

SEC. 804. EMISSION FACTORS.

   Part A of title I  of the Clean Air  Act is amended by adding  the

following new section at the end thereof:

"SEC. 130. EMISSION FACTORS.

   "Within 6 months after enactment  of the Clean Air  Act Amendments

of  1990, and  at least  every 3  years thereafter,  the Administrator

shall  review  and,  if  necessary,  revise,  the  methods  (`emission

factors') used for  purposes of this  Act to estimate the  quantity of

emissions of  carbon monoxide, volatile organic  compounds, and oxides

of  nitrogen  from sources  of  such  air pollutants  (including  area

sources  and mobile  sources).  In addition,  the Administrator  shall

establish  emission factors for sources for which no such methods have

previously been established  by the  Administrator. The  Administrator

shall permit  any person to demonstrate  improved emissions estimating

techniques,  and   following   approval  of   such   techniques,   the

Administrator  shall authorize the  use of  such techniques.  Any such

technique may be approved only after appropriate public participation.

Until the  Administrator has completed  the revision required  by this

section,  nothing in  this section  shall be  construed to  affect the

validity of  emission factors established by  the Administrator before

the date of the enactment of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990.".

SEC. 805. LAND USE AUTHORITY.

   Part A of title I  of the Clean Air  Act is amended by adding  the

following at the end thereof:

"SEC. 131. LAND USE AUTHORITY.

   "Nothing in  this Act constitutes an  infringement on the existing

authority  of counties  and cities  to plan  or control land  use, and

nothing in this  Act provides  or transfers authority  over such  land

use.".

SEC. 806. VIRGIN ISLANDS.

   Section 324(a)(1) of the  Clean Air  Act (42 U.S.C.  7625-l(a)(1))

is amended by inserting "the Virgin Islands," after "American Samoa,".

SEC. 807. HYDROGEN FUEL CELL VEHICLE STUDY AND TEST PROGRAM.

    The  Administrator of  the  Environmental  Protection Agency,  in

conjunction with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and

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