Waters of the U.S. maps cause concern

Waters of the U.S. maps cause concern

Newly released maps show vast magnitude of expansion of EPA's jurisdiction under proposed waters of the U.S. rule.

THE scope of the Environmental Protection Agency's plan to increase its footprint of regulating waters of the U.S. came under fire again as maps were released by the agency that showed an astonishing number of potential waterways that could come under EPA's jurisdiction in its latest proposed rule.

The House Committee on Science, Space & Technology released maps of waters and wetlands that the EPA has to-date refrained from making public. After

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