Follow-up answers to Congressional questions
A few weeks ago I testified before a Senate subcommittee on various abuses of landowners perpetrated by EPA and the Corps under the Clean Water Act. After the hearing, the committee posed additional questions focusing on the role of the federal government in cleaning up the nation’s waters, as well as the impacts on that role resulting from PLF’s recent victory in Hawkes Co. My responses point to how federal intervention under the Clean Water Act is at best a mixed bag.
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