PLF weighs in on Clean Water Act legislation
Author: M. Reed Hopper
The San Diego Union-Tribune recently carried an op-ed by PLF Senior advisor Bob Vice entitled No Federal Water Micromanagement that spotlights the nature of heavy-handed federal regulation under proposed legislation to amend the Clean Water Act. Here is the lead in:
"Keeping America’s waterways and water supply clean is a crucial goal. So is guarding against federal micromanagement of our lives and property.
Unfortunately, a push is on to use the cause of clean water as an excuse to unbalance our federal system and undermine our liberties by concentrating regulation of land use in Washington, D.C."
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