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PUBLIC LAW 101-646—NOV. 29, 1990 104 STAT. 4773 "(6) $200,000 to fund aquatic nuisance species prevention and control activities of the Great Lakes Commission; and "(7) $2,000,000 to the Assistant Secretary to carry out section 1202(i)(2). " (c) GRANTS FOR STATE MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS.— There are authorized to be appropriated for each of fiscal years 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, and 1995 to make grants under section 1204— "(1) $2,500,000 to the Director; and "(2) $5,000,000 to the Assistant Secretary. " (d) INTENTIONAL INTRODUCTIONS POLICY REVIEW. —There are authorized to be appropriated for fiscal year 1991, $500,000 to the Director and the Under Secretary to conduct the intentional introduction policy review under section 1207. "Subtitle E—Cooperative Environmental Analyses "SEC. 1401. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ANALYSES. "The Secretary of State, in consultation with the Council on Environmental Quality, is encouraged to enter into negotiations with the governments of Canada and Mexico to provide for reciprocal cooperative environmental impact analysis of major Federal actions which have significant transboundary effects on the quality of the human environment in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Canada. Mexico. 16 USC 4751. "TITLE II—GREAT LAKES FISH AND WILDLIFE RESTORATION SECTION 2001. SHORT TITLE. "This title may be cited as the "Great Lakes Fish and Wildlife Restoration Act of 1990". "SEC. 2002. FINDINGS. "The Congress finds and declares the following: "(1) As the human population of the Great Lakes Basin has expanded to over 35,000,000 people, great demands have been placed on the lakes for use for boating and other recreation, navigation, municipal and industrial water supply, waste disposal, power production, and other purposes. These growing and often conflicting demands exert pressure on the fish and wildlife resources of the Great Lakes Basin, including in the form of contaminants, invasion by nonindigenous species, habitat degradation and destruction, legal and illegal fishery resource harvest levels, and sea lamprey predation. "(2) The fishery resources of the Great Lakes support recreational fisheries enjoyed by more than 5,000,000 people annually and commercial fisheries providing approximately 9,000 jobs. Together, these fisheries generate economic activity worth more than $4,400,000,000 annually to the United States. "(3) The availability of a suitable forage base is essential to lake trout, walleye, yellow perch, and other recreational and commercially valuable fishery resources of the Great Lakes Basin. Protecting and restoring productive fish habitat, includ- Great Lakes Fish and Wildlife Restoration Act of 1990. 16 USC 941 note. 16 USC 941.