U.S. Enviornmental Protection Agency

July 16, 2014--One farmers group actually likes proposed EPA water rules (Fence Post)

The Rocky Mountain Farmers Union has broken ranks with many other water users in Colorado to support proposed rules meant to clear up discrepancies in U.S. Supreme Court rulings on the Clean Water Act. The group claims false claims are being made about the rules. The rules are proposed by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Army Corps of Engineers.


July 4, 2014--D.C. doesn’t get Colorado water: Various officials voice EPA-rule concerns to Rep. Gardner (Fence Post)

Proposed rules could place “basically every drop of Colorado water” under the federal government’s jurisdiction, increasing permitting requirements, mitigation and costs for projects needed to ensure future water supplies in a state that’s expecting big shortages.


March 26, 2014--Ag’s exemptions, exclusions from Clean Water Act expanded by new proposal (Greeley Tribune)

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on Tuesday released a proposed rule to clarify protection under the Clean Water Act for streams and wetlands that form the foundation of the nation’s water resources.


May 3, 2009--Proposed Federal Acid Rain and Mercury Control Act (Environmental News Network)

A Central New York congressman, seeing an opportunity that may never come again, has introduced a bill requiring the most drastic cuts in U.S. history to the pollution responsible for acid rain. Rep.


May 3, 2009--Proposed Federal Acid Rain and Mercury Control Act (Environmental News Network)

A Central New York congressman, seeing an opportunity that may never come again, has introduced a bill requiring the most drastic cuts in U.S. history to the pollution responsible for acid rain. Rep.


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