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Trump to Roll Back Clean Water Protections

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Trump to Roll Back Clean Water Protections

Trump to Roll Back Clean Water Protections

Despite opposition from environmentalists, the Trump administration plans to roll back the Waters of the United States act from 2015.

The Obama Era regulation was meant to preserve clean water sources that become drinking water for roughly 1/3 of the country.

Current Environmental Protection Agency head Andrew Wheeler says the current protections are too restrictive and prevent water from being directed to farmers in the agricultural industry

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