THE Environmental Protection Agency has withdrawn a portion of it its controversial "waters of the U.S." proposed rule by removing the interpretive rule, a move that was required after Congress included the rider in the omnibus spending bill it passed at the end of last year.
In a memo from EPA and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the agencies formally withdrew the interpretive rule and also withdrew a memorandum of understanding signed by EPA, th
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