Entries by Shiloh Perry

THE MEXICO LEDGER: Audrain Farm Bureau annual meeting highlights county improvements, Farm Bill, Republican political efforts

Bryan Nichols, field representative for Sixth Congressional District Rep. Sam Graves, noted the change to the Waters of the United States rule by the Environmental Protection Agency, announced Dec. 11. The rule change, which passed into law as part of an omnibus bill in May, is still in its public comment period, which will end […]

IDAHO STATE JOURNAL: Opinion: On the importance of water infrastructure

To best enable water projects and towns across Idaho and our nation to continue to deliver clean water while facing growing pressures on our water resources, primary jurisdiction over the allocation, management and use of water must remain as constitutionally directed — with the states, not the federal government. Last year, President Trump issued an […]

AL.COM: Opinion: EPA seeks clarity on Clean Water Act for farmers, landowners and states

Concern has been raised that burdensome and excessive federal regulations can delay or prohibit American businesses from investing in infrastructure or land development projects that will create jobs, grow crops, and improve how we manage our natural resources. Upon taking office, President Trump initiated a process to review and replace unnecessary regulatory barriers, which included […]