In a hit to the Trump administration, the Supreme Court unanimously ruled Monday that cases litigating the Clean Water Act should be heard by federal district courts.
As EPA and the White House start the process for transition to President-elect Donald Trump’s administration, Trump is outlining his early environmental agenda that codifies pledges he made on the campaign trail including scrapping major climate and water rules while “refocusing” EPA on protecting air and water quality. Read moreRead More »
The President has issued an Executive Order directing the EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers to “… begin dismantling their [WOTUS] rule [which was intended] to clarify the agency’s authority over various waters. That jurisdiction – based on several U.S. Supreme Court decisions – had included ‘navigable’ waters and[…]Read More »