Woe is WOTUS: A tale of the two Americas (commentary)

The ag community understandably sees WOTUS as a direct strike at the heart of the industry. The folks who live in Flint, Mich., see it as a lifeline that helps insure the health and lives of their children and therein lies the great American battleground.

Rodney King said it best 23 years ago, "Can we all get along?"

Probably not.

The waters in rural America should be a free-flowing, non-restricted, naturally available resource but put a few hundred thousand people l

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