land use needed to be addressed, they did not always agree on how to solve the problem. For example:
-on national guidelines: Senator Jackson realized the need for flexibility in land planning and regulation, yet advocated for national guidelines. "Each state, with the advice of communities, should devise its own plan. These plans should be diverse. Yet to allow diversity without prejudicing the needs of the people, the legislation must supply the States with guidelines setting forth very clearly the national goals we seek to attain."37 Patrick Lucey, Governor of Wisconsin testified that "a strong set of national guidelines is necessary. These would apply to urban areas that transcend State boundaries, regional and national transportation systems. They should delineate corridors through which oil, gas and electrical energy can move and other areas of broader than statewide concern."38 Yet, despite the support, no national guidelines were ever added to the bill.
-on who should make the land use decisions: Richard Babcock presented the American Law Institute's Model State Land Development Code. "Local control should be given up only when important state or regional interests clearly require it and then only to the degree
(Background Papers I, supra note 1, at 29.