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   "(i)  Reclassified   Areas.-Each   State   containing   an   ozone

nonattainment  area reclassified  under section  181(b)(2)  shall meet

such  requirements of subsections (b)  through (d) of  this section as

may  be applicable  to  the area  as  reclassified, according  to  the

schedules prescribed in connection with such requirements, except that

the  Administrator may  adjust  any applicable  deadlines (other  than

attainment  dates)  to  the extent  such  adjustment  is necessary  or

appropriate to assure consistency among the required submissions.

   "(j) Multi-State Ozone Nonattainment Areas.-

      "(1) Coordination  among states.-Each  State in which  there is

   located  a portion  of  a single  ozone nonattainment  area  which

   covers  more than one State  (hereinafter in this section referred

   to as a `multi-State ozone nonattainment area') shall-

         "(A) take all reasonable steps to coordinate,  substantively

      and procedurally,  the revisions  and implementation  of  State

      implementation  plans  applicable  to  the  nonattainment  area

      concerned; and

         "(B) use photochemical grid modeling or any other analytical

      method determined  by the Administrator, in  his discretion, to

      be at least as effective.

   The  Administrator  may  not  approve  any  revision  of  a  State

   implementation  plan submitted  under  this  part for  a  State in

   which part  of a multi-State ozone  nonattainment area  is located

   if  the  plan revision  for that  State fails  to comply  with the

   requirements of this subsection.

      "(2) Failure  to demonstrate attainment.-If any  State in which

   there  is located a portion  of a  multi-State ozone nonattainment

   area  fails to  provide  a  demonstration  of  attainment  of  the

   national ambient  air quality standard  for ozone in that  portion

   within  the   required  period,   the  State   may  petition   the

   Administrator  to make  a finding that  the State  would have been

   able  to make such  demonstration but  for the  failure of  one or

   more other States in which  other portions of the area are located

   to  commit to  the implementation  of all measures  required under

   section 182  (relating to  plan submissions  and requirements  for

   ozone  nonattainment  areas).  If  the  Administrator  makes  such

   finding, the  provisions of  section 179  (relating to  sanctions)

   shall  not  apply,  by  reason   of  the  failure  to   make  such

   demonstration,   in  the   portion   of  the   multi-State   ozone

   nonattainment area within the State submitting such petition.

"SEC. 183. FEDERAL OZONE MEASURES.

   "(a)  Control  Techniques  Guidelines  for  VOC  Sources.-Within 3

years after the date of the enactment of the Clean  Air Act Amendments

of 1990, the Administrator  shall issue control techniques guidelines,

in  accordance  with section  108,  for  11  categories of  stationary

sources  of  VOC emissions  for which  such  guidelines have  not been

issued  as of  such date  of enactment,  not including  the categories

referred to  in  paragraphs (3)  and  (4) of  subsection  (b) of  this

section.   The  Administrator   may  issue  such   additional  control

techniques guidelines as the Administrator deems necessary.

   "(b) Existing  and New CTGS.-(1) Within  36 months  after the date

of  the  enactment  of the  Clean  Air  Act  Amendments of  1990,  and

periodically  thereafter,  the  Administrator  shall  review  and,  if

necessary, update control technique  guidance issued under section 108

before the  date of the enactment  of the Clean Air  Act Amendments of

1990.  

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