NEGATIVE sentiment toward the Environmental Protection Agency's waters of the U.S. proposal continues to build, and Congress flexed its arm in greater opposition to the final water rule announced in May.
Last Wednesday, legislation moved through the Senate Environment & Public Works Committee that would send EPA back to the drawing board on the waters of the U.S. rule.
EPA issued its final rule that expands federal autho
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