Tag Archives: Clean-Water-Act

November 29th 2016

Great Lakes Washington Update

After the Thanksgiving break, Congress is returning to Washington, D.C. with a list of things to accomplish, including voting on a continuing resolution to fund the government. And the incoming administration under President-elect Donald Trump is beginning to take shape. … Continue reading

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May 27th 2015

Clean Water Rule ‘A Major Victory for People, Great Lakes, Economy’

ANN ARBOR, MICH. (May 27, 2015) – The Healing Our Waters-Great Lakes Coalition is heralding a new clean water rule as a major step forward in protecting drinking water and restoring the health of the Great Lakes. The clean water … Continue reading

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May 26th 2015

New Poll: Ohioans Support Clean Water Protections, Investment in Great Lakes

ANN ARBOR, MICH. (May 26, 2015)—A new statewide Ohio survey reports that most voters in Ohio favor stronger state and federal regulations to protect the state’s rivers, streams and lakes, which are sources of drinking water and recreational activities. The … Continue reading

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April 29th 2015

Action Alert: House Bill Threatens the Clean Water Act

UPDATE: The U.S. House has delayed this vote until later in May. We will let you know when we expect the vote to come up next. On Friday, the House of Representatives is expected to vote on the Regulatory Integrity Protection … Continue reading

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April 21st 2014

Rule clarifying the Clean Water Act is now open for public comment

The Waters of the United States rule was published in the federal register today beginning the 90-day public comment period. The draft rule, first announced by the Obama Administration on March 25, has been issued to clarify confusion and uncertainty surrounding … Continue reading

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