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PUBLIC LAW 101-641—NOV. 28, 1990 104 STAT. 4657 "(C) The Board may use such a laboratory record for development of any evidentiary record in an investigation by the Board of an accident or incident if— "(i) the fitness of the employee who is the subject of the toxicological testing is at issue in the investigation; and "(ii) the use of that record is necessary in the development of such evidentiary record.". ODOMETER MILEAGE DISCLOSURE SEC. 7. (a) Section 408(d)(2)(C) of the Motor Vehicle Information and Cost Savings Act (15 U.S.C. 1988(d)(2)(C)) is amended by striking the third sentence and inserting in lieu thereof the following: "The rule, consistent with the purposes of this Act and the need to facilitate enforcement thereof, shall prescribe that the form be issued by the State to the transferee in accordance with paragraph (2)(A)(i), shall prescribe that the person granted such power of attorney shall retain a copy of such power of attorney and shall submit the original back to the State with a copy of the title showing the restatement of the mileage, and may prescribe that the State retain the power of attorney and the copy of the title for an appropriate period or that the State adopt alternative measures consistent with the purposes of this title, taking into consideration costs to the State. The rule shall not require that a vehicle be titled in the State in which the power of attorney was issued.". (b) The amendment made by subsection (a) shall be effective on the date of enactment of this Act and the Secretary of Transportation shall implement the amended section by promulgating a revision of existing regulations within six months after such effective date. Such rule shall consider the need to facilitate normal commercial transactions in the sale or exchange of motor vehicles. Intergovernmental relations. Effective date. Regulations. 15 USC 1988 note. REPORT ON LOW-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE WASTE TRANSPORTATION SEC. 8. Within twelve months after the date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary of Transportation shall conduct and complete a thorough study of and prepare a report to Congress on the transportation of low-level radioactive waste, specifically including— (1) an evaluation of the feasibility of requiring States that' transport waste to a regional disposal facility established and operated under an interstate compact pursuant to section 4 of the Low-Level Radioactive Waste Policy Act (42 U.S.C. 2021d) to use, to the maximum extent practicable, routes which are within the geographic borders of the States that are parties to the compact; (2) factual information on the volume of low-level radioactive waste being shipped currently and estimates of such shipments for the calendar years 1991 through 1995; (3) a list of the routes proposed to be used for shipment of such waste to the disposal facilities operated under such an interstate compact; (4) a review of the process for determining and approving such routes; (5) a review of the processes for resolving gmy disputes that may arise, between States and between Commissions created by such interstate compacts, regarding such routes; and 49 USC app. 1804 note.