ONE day before implementation of the Environmental Protection Agency's waters of the U.S. rule, a district court judge for the district of North Dakota issued a preliminary injunction preventing the agency from putting its rule into effect, but it will apply to only the 13 states party to the suit.
U.S. district courts in Georgia and West Virginia agreed with EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers that legal challenges to the water rule could only be
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