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WOTUS Repeal Moves: Interim Rule Sets Law to Pre-2015

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.

 

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