New Congressional report on the excesses of EPA and the Army Corps

This morning, the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works issued From Preventing Pollution of Navigable and Interstate Waters to Regulating Farm Fields, Puddles and Dry Land:  A Senate Report … ›

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 … ›

Does expanding the Clean Water Act make fiscal sense?

So argues former GOP representative Sherwood Boehlert in last week’s Roll Call.  Actually, Mr. Boehlert makes several arguments, not all fiscally based, to support EPA’s and the Corps’ proposal to … ›

EPA abuse on display . . . again!

The old canard that all’s fair in love and war appears to be driving EPA policy.  This agency has declared “war” on coal mining and is not playing fair.  Among … ›

More on Los Angeles County Water Management District

Now available is a post-decision podcast I recorded for the Federalist Society, which goes into greater detail on why I believe that, from the perspective of the Clean Water Act practitioner, … ›

It really was much ado about nothing

On Monday, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously in Los Angeles County Flood Control District v. Natural Resources Defense Council that the Clean Water Act does not regulate the mere flow … ›

Much ado about nothing, part III

In case you haven’t had enough, the Federalist Society has published a podcast of me discussing Los Angeles County Flood Control District v. NRDC, a Clean Water Act case dealing … ›

Much ado about nothing, part II

Last month I wrote about a very peculiar case just argued this week in the United States Supreme Court—Los Angeles County Flood Control District v. Natural Resources Defense Council—concerning the … ›

Much ado about nothing?

The United States Supreme Court this Term will hear at least two cases arising under the Clean Water Act:  Decker v. Northwest Environmental Advocates, and Los Angeles County Flood Control … ›

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New Congressional report on the excesses of EPA and the Army Corps

This morning, the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works issued From Preventing Pollution of Navigable and Interstate Waters to Regulating Farm Fields, Puddles and Dry Land:  A Senate Report … ›

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 … ›

Does expanding the Clean Water Act make fiscal sense?

So argues former GOP representative Sherwood Boehlert in last week’s Roll Call.  Actually, Mr. Boehlert makes several arguments, not all fiscally based, to support EPA’s and the Corps’ proposal to … ›

EPA abuse on display . . . again!

The old canard that all’s fair in love and war appears to be driving EPA policy.  This agency has declared “war” on coal mining and is not playing fair.  Among … ›

More on Los Angeles County Water Management District

Now available is a post-decision podcast I recorded for the Federalist Society, which goes into greater detail on why I believe that, from the perspective of the Clean Water Act practitioner, … ›

It really was much ado about nothing

On Monday, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously in Los Angeles County Flood Control District v. Natural Resources Defense Council that the Clean Water Act does not regulate the mere flow … ›

Much ado about nothing, part III

In case you haven’t had enough, the Federalist Society has published a podcast of me discussing Los Angeles County Flood Control District v. NRDC, a Clean Water Act case dealing … ›

Much ado about nothing, part II

Last month I wrote about a very peculiar case just argued this week in the United States Supreme Court—Los Angeles County Flood Control District v. Natural Resources Defense Council—concerning the … ›

Much ado about nothing?

The United States Supreme Court this Term will hear at least two cases arising under the Clean Water Act:  Decker v. Northwest Environmental Advocates, and Los Angeles County Flood Control … ›

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New Congressional report on the excesses of EPA and the Army Corps

This morning, the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works issued From Preventing Pollution of Navigable and Interstate Waters to Regulating Farm Fields, Puddles and Dry Land:  A Senate Report … ›

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 … ›

Does expanding the Clean Water Act make fiscal sense?

So argues former GOP representative Sherwood Boehlert in last week’s Roll Call.  Actually, Mr. Boehlert makes several arguments, not all fiscally based, to support EPA’s and the Corps’ proposal to … ›

EPA abuse on display . . . again!

The old canard that all’s fair in love and war appears to be driving EPA policy.  This agency has declared “war” on coal mining and is not playing fair.  Among … ›

More on Los Angeles County Water Management District

Now available is a post-decision podcast I recorded for the Federalist Society, which goes into greater detail on why I believe that, from the perspective of the Clean Water Act practitioner, … ›

It really was much ado about nothing

On Monday, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously in Los Angeles County Flood Control District v. Natural Resources Defense Council that the Clean Water Act does not regulate the mere flow … ›

Much ado about nothing, part III

In case you haven’t had enough, the Federalist Society has published a podcast of me discussing Los Angeles County Flood Control District v. NRDC, a Clean Water Act case dealing … ›

Much ado about nothing, part II

Last month I wrote about a very peculiar case just argued this week in the United States Supreme Court—Los Angeles County Flood Control District v. Natural Resources Defense Council—concerning the … ›

Much ado about nothing?

The United States Supreme Court this Term will hear at least two cases arising under the Clean Water Act:  Decker v. Northwest Environmental Advocates, and Los Angeles County Flood Control … ›

New Congressional report on the excesses of EPA and the Army Corps

This morning, the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works issued From Preventing Pollution of Navigable and Interstate Waters to Regulating Farm Fields, Puddles and Dry Land:  A Senate Report … ›

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 … ›

Does expanding the Clean Water Act make fiscal sense?

So argues former GOP representative Sherwood Boehlert in last week’s Roll Call.  Actually, Mr. Boehlert makes several arguments, not all fiscally based, to support EPA’s and the Corps’ proposal to … ›

EPA abuse on display . . . again!

The old canard that all’s fair in love and war appears to be driving EPA policy.  This agency has declared “war” on coal mining and is not playing fair.  Among … ›

More on Los Angeles County Water Management District

Now available is a post-decision podcast I recorded for the Federalist Society, which goes into greater detail on why I believe that, from the perspective of the Clean Water Act practitioner, … ›

It really was much ado about nothing

On Monday, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously in Los Angeles County Flood Control District v. Natural Resources Defense Council that the Clean Water Act does not regulate the mere flow … ›

Much ado about nothing, part III

In case you haven’t had enough, the Federalist Society has published a podcast of me discussing Los Angeles County Flood Control District v. NRDC, a Clean Water Act case dealing … ›

Much ado about nothing, part II

Last month I wrote about a very peculiar case just argued this week in the United States Supreme Court—Los Angeles County Flood Control District v. Natural Resources Defense Council—concerning the … ›

Much ado about nothing?

The United States Supreme Court this Term will hear at least two cases arising under the Clean Water Act:  Decker v. Northwest Environmental Advocates, and Los Angeles County Flood Control … ›