The Trump Administration formally initiated the process to repeal the waters of the U.S. (WOTUS) rule, proposing a regulation rescinding the rule and opening the regulation to public comment.
The WOTUS rule, which went into effect in 2015 but was put on hold by a federal court, broadened the Environmental Protection Agency’s regulatory authority over waterways to include, among other water bodies, upstream waters and intermittent and ephemeral streams such as the kind farmers us
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