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Thu Oct 23, 2014 10:49 AM CDT

EPA's analysis in the proposed rule reads, "In many tributaries, there are often natural or man-made breaks in the presence of a bed and banks or ordinary high water mark while hydrologic connectivity remains. For example, in some regions of the country where there is a very low gradient, the banks of a tributary may be very low or may even disappear at times. (Emphasis added)

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