McCarthy tries to set record straight

McCarthy tries to set record straight

Groups oppose EPA's interpretive rule for CWA, and McCarthy acknowledges legitimate concerns in guidance.

ENVIRONMENTAL Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy visited a farm in Missouri July 9 and met with agricultural stakeholders in Kansas City, Mo., July 10 in an effort to address what she called distracting myths about the agency's proposed waters of the U.S. rule and to urge a more serious conversation about finalizing a workable rule.

"We're completely committed to making any change that helps protect clean water and support the farm econo

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