The bill’s signing brings a formal conclusion to the years long dispute between the state and the Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations over control of water in Sardis Lake and across southeast Oklahoma.
The report cites two specific examples of when the EPA went too far in promoting the Waters of the U.S. rule online.
There’s an army of Republicans pushing against Obama’s Paris climate plan, and U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe of Oklahoma is one of its generals.
Despite attempts by Congressional Republicans and some rural Democrats to derail the effort, the EPA on Wednesday finalized the WOTUS rule.
A rare joint Congressional hearing in Washington Wednesday took up the issue of ‘Waters of the United States.’
Lienke says there are four ways Congress can obstruct EPA rules.