“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.
The federal government is turning back the clock on the controversial waters of the United States, or WOTUS, rule — quite literally — with a proposal announced on Tuesday to recodify the law as it was written prior to 2015. Read moreRead More »
Federal judges will have to decide whether Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, a national pipeline company, remains liable for contamination from a 2014 gasoline spill that continues to foul South Carolina streams even though pollutants are no longer being released. Read moreRead More »