Trump administration moves to slash federal protection for waterways
from The Washington Post
The Trump administration on Dec. 11 proposed to sharply limit the federal government's authority to regulate the pollution of wetlands and tributaries that run into the nation's largest rivers, a major win for builders, farmers and frackers. The administration said it would introduce a "new construct" limiting regulation to streams that hold water in a "typical year," as determined by precipitation over the past 30 years.
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