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Opinion: How to make the new 'Waters of the US' definition last

For farmers and ranchers living under the uncertainty of the 2015 Waters of the United States rule, this year could bring relief to an ongoing state of regulatory confusion. Currently, the Environmental Protection Agency and Army Corps of Engineers are reviewing over 600,000 public comments on a revised definition of WOTUS that aims to replace the detrimental 2015 rule.
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Wheeler tells EPA employees he's got their back

Andrew Wheeler, newly appointed acting administrator of the EPA, said when President Donald Trump asked him to take over from the now-departed Scott Pruitt, he told Wheeler to do three things: “Clean the air, clean the water, and provide regulatory relief.”
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Farm Hands on the Potomac...Nov. 8, 2017

Kevin McIntyre and Richard Glick have been confirmed by the Senate to join the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, giving FERC its full complement of five members for the first time in the past two years.
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