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As sustainable practices continue to sweep across the country, the federal, state, and local governments chose to further encourage the construction industry through various legislative and regulatory actions. In these initiatives, the policymakers need to decide on whether to incentivize participants or compel compliance as well as whether to set their own standards legislatively or to adopt programs developed by third party organizations. In making these decisions and adopting legislation, the state and local policymakers may inadvertently spark another round in the lengthy struggle for power with the federal government under the Supremacy Clause of the Constitution. With this situation at hand, this chapter considers the approaches taken by federal and state governments, the solutions presented by third party organizations, and the responses by the courts to such legislative initiatives relating to environmentally friendly policies that promote sustainability mandates in construction.
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