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The EPA and Army Corps of Engineers issued a final rule to amend the final “Revised Definition of WOTUS rule.
The Environmental Protection Agency is working to provide an update revising its current Waters of the United States rule.  
The Supreme Court ruled in favor of Michael and Chantell Sackett in the case of Sackett v. Environmental Protection Agency.
The House of Representatives failed to reach the 2/3 majority necessary to overturn President Biden’s veto of H.J.Res.27.
Two dozen additional states have been added to the growing docket of jurisdictions no longer under the Biden administration WOTUS rule.
The Senate voted 53-43 to overturn the Biden administration's beleaguered Waters of the United States rule.
The Biden administration’s rule regarding the Waters of the United States went into effect March 20 in 48 states.
The House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee approved a joint resolution to overturn the final Waters of the United States rule.
A recent decision by the EPA and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers establishes a “durable” definition of “waters of the United States,” or, WOTUS.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and U.S. Department of the Army (the agencies) are calling on communities to propose roundtables to provide input on the regional implications of “waters of the United States” (WOTUS). 
The regional roundtables will engage stakeholders representing diverse perspectives in meaningful dialogue around the “waters of the United States.”