From Craig Rucker at CFACT
EPA was defiant.
They certainly deserve to.
Congress intended the federal government to have authority over “navigable” waters. EPA’s rule would enable it to grab control over virtually any water through a scheme that makes a mockery of congressional intent. Any water with a “nexus,” that might conceivably flow into navigable water, will be EPA’s to rule.
Under our Constitution, Congress makes the law. When federal bureaucrats forget that, it is up the courts to restrain them.
Thanks to Judge Erickson for this wise decision.
Let’s hope this victory goes all the way.
For nature and people too,
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