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Adam Ward 8h
Replying to @AGCurtisHill
For those following see the public comment that filed along with several other states’ AGs here:
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American Society of Landscape Architects Apr 13
The comment period for the proposed rule closes on Monday (April 15). Take part in by sending in your own comments:
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Aditi Bhaskar Apr 15
CSU scientists' comment to oppose (1) the exclusion of ephemeral streams from protection as WOTUS and (2) determining the regulatory status of streams on the basis of flow regime rather than channel geomorphology
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John Boelts Apr 12
Please take a moment today to comment on the improved rule. If you appreciate a , comment. Thanks!
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AGC Legislative Apr 18
NEWSLETTER: AGC comments on and Drone rules - 1. Supports Proposed WOTUS Definition with Suggested Improvements 2. Comments on FAA Drone Rules Ask for Construction Site Waiver. Read more...
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Ryan E. Emanuel Apr 15
Sent comments to the along with my 2014 case study on hydrologic connectivity to illustrate the need to make rules based on science, not rhetoric. Career EPA staff already know this, so in a way I’m preaching to the choir. Nonetheless, I’ll add my voice to 10^3s more.
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Water News Global Apr 19
USA HYDROLOGIC CONNECTION: Rejecting “Conduit” Theory, Concludes the Clean Water Act Does Not Regulate Point Source Discharges to | | Lexology
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Freshwater Science Apr 12
Lots going on at the SFS page. New links to the CASS comment, a story map on the importance of wetlands and the effects of narrowing WOTUS, and a new paper on WOTUS & the Wabash River.
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State Impact Center Apr 16
David Hayes on 's proposal: "Without any scientific explanation or legal rationale, the Trump administration has ignored the regulatory precedent established by both the Obama and the Bush administrations..."
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PERC Apr 11
Cost-benefit analyses are required for proposed regulations, but in a political environment rife with hostility toward additional federal regulation, might better economic analysis also inform alternative approaches? A look at what went wrong with
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Andria (Andi) Greene Apr 18
What are your thoughts on the rollback of the definition? Not just that your angry— bc we all are. What are potential ?
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moenvironment.org Apr 19
Thank you to all who submitted comments, wrote postcards, and signed our public letter for WOTUS! Thanks to you, we mailed over 140 postcards and collected 89 signatures for our petition.
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AGree Apr 18
Fifteen AGs Slam Trump Move to Limit Federal Authority under Clean Water Act -- The Washington Post
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