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Monday 04/21/14

Proposed Rule on Waters of the U.S. Flows into Federal Register
EPA and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on Monday posted their proposed rule defining "waters of the U.S." The proposal comes after two earlier U.S. Supreme Court cases left open the question of what constitutes a "waters of the U.S." that would then place a body of water under federal regulations in the Clean Water Act.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 3:22PM CDT 04/21/14 by Chris Clayton | Post a Comment
Comments (2)
Another ploy to steal our land rights. I hope everyone responds to this overreach and the taking of land use rights.
Posted by Unknown at 7:01PM CDT 04/21/14
I hope Tom Vilsack wasn't part of this nonsense. He is supposed to be a voice for agriculture but has suffered recently from "displaced mind syndrome." This ultimately gives the Feds the ability to control every piece of land in the country, as every inch is a "tributary" to something "navigable." Oh spare us from this tyranny!
Posted by tom vogel at 7:27AM CDT 04/22/14
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