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US federal agencies to seek expanded Clean Water Act regulatory jurisdiction over aggregate mines and farmlands

US federal agencies to seek expanded Clean Water Act regulatory jurisdiction over aggregate mines and farmlands

The US Environmental Protection Agency ("EPA") and the US Army Corps of Engineers ("Corps") are poised to propose a new rule that would significantly expand their regulatory jurisdiction under the Clean Water Act.  While many parties may be affected, this will particularly affect the regulatory status of aggregate, sand and gravel mines, and agricultural lands.

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