The Environmental Protection Agency’s decision to repeal the “waters of the U.S.” rule is welcome, but more is needed when it comes to the legal statutes currently being interpreted by the courts.
As the case of California farmer John Duarte clearly highlights, the Army Corps of Engineers and Department of Justice need to re-evaluate and revise their enforcement of the Clean Water Act and WOTUS to ensure farmers and ranchers are protected from onerous fines and penal
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