Brewers urge EPA to ditch Trump water rules
Craft brewers from across the nation are calling on EPA Administrator Michael Regan to toss Trump-era rules that narrowed federal wetland protections and rolled back restrictions on pollution from coal plants.
EPA brings equity agenda to struggling sewage systems
Even before the pandemic, Louisville, Ky., faced staggering obstacles to upgrading its sewage and flood control infrastructure.
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115 House Republicans defend Trump's wetlands rule
House Republicans led by Rep. Mariannette Miller-Meeks of Iowa are joining their Senate colleagues in pushing President Biden against unraveling a Trump administration rule that limited regulatory protections for wetlands and waterways.
Ex-Hill staffer lands at Everglades Foundation
The Everglades Foundation has tapped a former House staffer with expertise in collaborating with federal agencies and coastal resilience as its new senior policy adviser.
Senate plans to take up water bill next week
The Senate is planning quick action on legislation to upgrade the nation's drinking water and wastewater systems with an eye on equity — part of ongoing work on a sweeping infrastructure package.