• Agricultural Retailers Association

  • American Civil Liberties Union

  • American Iron Ore Association

  • American Portland Cement Alliance

  • American Road and Transportation Builders Association

  • Associated Builders and Contractors

  • Austin Powder Company

  • Dyno Nobel Inc.

  • Glass Packaging Institute

  • Goex Inc.

  • Handgun Control Inc.

  • ICI Explosives

  • Indiana Limestone Institute

  • Intel Corporation

  • International Association of Bomb Technicians and Investigators

  • International Fertilizer Development Center

  • Johnson Matthey Electronics

  • La Roche Industries

  • National Industrial Sand Association

  • National Lime Association

  • National Stone Association

  • National Utility Contractors Association

  • The Associated General Contractors of America

  • The Gypsum Association, and

  • Wiley, Rein & Fielding (representing UNIMIN, a supplier of high-quality silica used in semiconductor manufacturing)


The information provided by stakeholder groups and others was assessed as the committee conducted its study. Given below are brief descriptions of stakeholder positions culled from presentations and/or written materials supplied to the committee.1

Agricultural Retailers Association

In written testimony,2 the Agricultural Retailers Association noted that it provides agricultural retailers with legislative and regulatory representation, helpful products, and information and educational resources. It supports measures to


 Note that not all stakeholder groups contacted by the committee responded with either written or oral testimony.


 Andrew L. Asher, Agricultural Retailers Association, May 12, 1997.

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