In January, the EPA released its proposal to revise how the federal government regulates streams and wetlands in the United States
Proponents say the rule change increases clarity and restores private property rights while environmentalists worry about the many streams and wetlands that could lose federal protections.
Coming up today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, revised EPA regulations and their effects across the nation and close to home.
- Juliet Eilperin, reporter, Washington Post
- Genna Reed, lead science and policy analyst, Center for Science and Democracy, Union of Concerned Scientiests
- Anthony Sasson, Darby Creek Association
- Vincent E. Messerly, president, Stream + Wetlands Foundation
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