Waters of the United States
The EPA started enforcing its controversial water pollution jurisdiction rule Friday in all but 13...
A federal judge in West Virginia declined to block implementation of the administration’s...
Rep. Jason Chaffetz alleges that documents are being illegally withheld.
Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) asked Obama administration officials Monday for further scientific...
The EPA regulations are among the most contentious put forth by the agency.
The EPA just finalized one of the biggest land grabs in American history.
Gone are the days when Congress had the political courage to face environmental challenges.
Rep. Boehner said the rule puts businesses on the road to "a regulatory and economic hell."
Obama administration officials are being accused of improperly lobbying to solicit public support...
A bill would force the EPA to rewrite their "Waters of the U.S. Rule."
The rule has been cast as a massive land grab by Republicans and agricultural interests.
House and Senate Republicans promised Wednesday to use their power to fight the Environmental...
EPA struck a defiant tone, saying the injunction only applies in 13 states.
The House Oversight Committee is looking into allegations that two Obama administration agencies...
Two giant business groups joined the growing list of challengers to the rule.
Coal giant Murray Energy Corp. said Wednesday it is suing the Obama administration over its rule...
Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi sued the Obama administration Monday.
The "waters of the United States rule" is the subject of fierce debate.
The GOP-backed measure cleared a key panel on a party-line vote.
Senate Republicans made the case for states, not the EPA, being charged with protecting waterways.
The rule seeks to clarify which bodies of water are subject to federal jurisdiction.
Paul, Rubio, Cruz united against rule redefining jurisdiction over bodies of water.
Democrats accused Republicans of telling falsehoods about the EPA rule.
“We don’t want to regulate a puddle, that’s ridiculous,” Sen. Boxer said.