“Our letter aims to work with the new administration to better define current interpretations of both WOTUS and farming exemptions so we can begin to set new rules of the road that will protect our farmers and ranchers from onerous fines, penalties and regulations,” said Chairman Conaway.
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt doesn’t yet have an assistant administrator for water or a general counsel, and he’s barely had time to meet with the agency’s water experts, but work to review the Obama administration’s controversial Waters of the U.S. rule is already underway, top staffers from the agency’s Office[…]Read More »
The Supreme Court of the United States has agreed to hear the Waters of the U.S. case. Many industry and agricultural groups asked the Supreme Court to hear the case after the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals decided it had original jurisdiction opposed district courts. The Sixth Circuit decision[…]Read More »