The Environmental Protection Agency’s administrator had to defend the current Waters of the U.S. rule before a Senate committee Wednesday.
Senator Katie Britt of Alabama told EPA Administrator Michael Regan during a Senate Appropriations Committee hearing farmers have enough on their plate and should not have to worry that ponds, ditches, or mudholes on their land are federally regulated and the uncertainty has created a high cost for farmers. “The cost is. Hundreds of thousands of dollars for Americans to comply with ever-changing regulations.
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