The WOTUS rule finalized by President Barack Obama’s EPA continues to be tied up in federal court. Sometime this year the U.S. Supreme Court will be considering whether the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit in Cincinnati erred in ruling it has jurisdiction on a multitude of legal challenges to the rule.
Agricultural interests are hopeful that things will change for the better under A Donald Trump administration, but much uncertainty remains as the President Elect completes selection of key positions and as newly elected congressmen prepare to take office in January. Read moreRead More »
The Iowa Supreme Court heard arguments September 14 and must now decide whether to weigh in on a federal lawsuit that pits the water supplier for 500,000 central Iowa residents against upstream farmers accused of contaminating rivers with nitrates from crop fertilizer. The case was filed by Des Moines Water[…]Read More »