THE House took significant action to stop the Environmental Protection Agency from moving forward on its waters of the U.S. rule with last Tuesday's passage of the Regulatory Integrity Protection Act by a vote of 261-156.
The bill would require EPA to withdraw its proposed water rule, which is expected to be issued soon.
Not only would the legislation halt EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers from moving forward on the curren
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