Clean Water Act

November 6th 2015

Senate Attacks on Clean Water Rule Successfully Rebuffed

Earlier this week, the Clean Water Rule, which we’ve been advocating for throughout the year, was under attack in the U.S. Senate. The Clean Water Rule was finalized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Army Corps of … Continue reading

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October 29th 2015

Action Alert: Protect Clean Water Rule Under Attack in U.S. Senate

We have an URGENT action alert and sign on letter this morning to protect the near-final Clean Water Rule in the Senate. The rule is critical to restoring protections against pollution and destruction for lakes, streams, wetlands, and other water … Continue reading

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May 11th 2015

Action Alert: Vote Expected Tuesday Threatens the Clean Water Act

On Tuesday we expect the House of Representatives to vote on the Regulatory Integrity Protection Act (HR 1732)—a bill that would set back efforts by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Army Corps to provide strong Clean Water … Continue reading

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April 29th 2015

Action Alert: House Bill Threatens the Clean Water Act

UPDATE: The U.S. House has delayed this vote until later in May. We will let you know when we expect the vote to come up next. On Friday, the House of Representatives is expected to vote on the Regulatory Integrity Protection … Continue reading

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January 28th 2015

Water Protection Rule will be the Subject of Congressional Hearing Next Week

On Wednesday of next week two committees from the House and the Senate will hold a joint hearing to discuss the Waters of the United States Rule—the rule put forward by the Obama administration last year to help clarify the … Continue reading

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