Lyndon B. Johnson


What measures signed by Johnson provided more protection to the environment?

Johnson signed into law the Air Quality Act of 1967, the Clean Water Restoration Act of 1966, and the Water Quality Act of 1965. These bills required states to take measures to ensure cleaner water and better air quality standards.


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