IOWA AGRIBUSINESS RADIO: WOTUS change recommendations sent to President Biden

The latest rendering of the WOTUS had to be settled in the Supreme Court. In Sackett v. EPA, the court ruled that some of the WOTUS rules were not valid under the Clean Water Act. This means that the Administration and the EPA are going to have to make some changes.

Courtney Briggs is the American Farm Bureau Federation Senior Director of Government Affairs. She talks about a multi-industry alliance, called the Waters Advocacy Coalition, and based in Washington, D.C. The coalition sent a letter to the Biden Administration asking them to rethink the WOTUS rules, not just remove the language that the Supreme Court said was overreaching. Briggs talks about the coalition.

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