Where is SCOTUS going on WOTUS?

October 20, 2022

The Supreme Court of the U.S. (SCOTUS) had difficult questions for the plaintiffs and EPA on October 3 during oral arguments on a closely watched case defining what water features are Waters of the United …

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UEP Joins in amicus brief for Sackett WOTUS lawsuit

April 7, 2022

UEP has joined with 12 other agricultural organizations in a brief to the Supreme Court in the Sackett case involving what are Waters of the US (WOTUS) under the Clean Water Act (CWA).  That brief …

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UEP advises EPA delay WOTUS rulemaking pending SCOTUS decision

February 17, 2022

UEP called on US EPA to delay further action on its proposed Waters of the US (WOTUS) rulemaking in comments submitted with other agricultural and industry organizations. The proposed rule formally withdraws the Trump-era Navigable …

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EPA’s “temporary” WOTUS proposed rule: Consider it real

January 20, 2022

EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers announced last June three steps to revise Waters of the U.S WOTUS; (1) repeal the Trump Navigable Waters Protection Rule (NWPR), (2) replace it with a “temporary” rule …

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WOTUS returns, again

August 12, 2021

While WOTUS (Waters of the U.S.) reform was not at the top of either President Biden’s or Administrator Regan’s environmental agendas, the Biden Administration announced plans to work on a new WOTUS rule. Its stated …

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