Lawsuit filed over vetoed flood control project
Author: Damien M. Schiff
Last week, PLF's attorneys filed suit in federal court in Mississippi challenging the Environmental Protection Agency's veto, under the Clean Water Act, of a vitally important flood control project in the Mississippi South Delta. The case is captioned Board of Mississippi Levee Commissioners v. USEPA. Read more about the lawsuit here and here.
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