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So it's returning to how it was prior to the Obama admin?

Posted on: February 11, 2019 at 22:20:30 CT
Zeaux MU
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I don't recall, but this was the law that protected random stormwater streams, yes?

Either way, This seems like a return to 2008 rules more than unlimited pollution as the headline would like for everyone to think.

ETA: 5th paragraph until you get to the story, FWIW.

Edited by Zeaux at 22:21:44 on 02/11/19
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I don't understand those who support this - raskolnikov MU - 2/11 21:45:38
     RE: I don't understand those who support this - meatiger MU - 2/12 07:54:11
     These are minor runoff ditches. - Coors4bob MU - 2/12 07:06:42
     Can the states or people sue those who pollute the - JeffB MU - 2/11 23:09:09
          RE: Can the states or people sue those who pollute the - None**** MU - 2/11 23:11:47
     gvmt can do no good - pickle MU - 2/11 22:31:11
     So it's returning to how it was prior to the Obama admin? - Zeaux MU - 2/11 22:20:30
          RE: So it's returning to how it was prior to the Obama admin? - None**** MU - 2/11 22:46:45
               Under the Obama rule, a corn seed in a corn field - meatiger MU - 2/12 08:00:34
               RE: So it's returning to how it was prior to the Obama admin? - None**** MU - 2/11 22:50:31
          This is like rask's post this morning - Sal KC - 2/11 22:22:16
     The Clean Water Act has been an utter failure. - TigerMatt STL - 2/11 22:20:19
     Yes, big corporations just can't wait - Sal KC - 2/11 22:05:00
          RE: So while the headline and the beginning of the article say - None**** MU - 2/11 23:03:19
     Why didnt Dems pass a law? - Spanky KU - 2/11 22:01:57




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