Monthly Archives: July 2015

A Short Rebuttal to “Groundwater: Diminishing Resource, Increasing Conflict”

Recently Wisconsin Lawyer published an article by Christa Westerberg, a lawyer specializing in environmental law based in Madison, titled “Groundwater: Diminishing Resource, Increasing Conflict” which outlines the current state of the public trust doctrine and Wisconsin’s high capacity well regulatory … Continue reading

Posted in General

White House and EPA at odds with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers over new “Waters of the U.S.” rule

After months of the Obama Administration and EPA arguing the new Waters of the United States rule (for our earlier story on the rule click here) as scientifically and legally sound, a series of memos from the Army Corps of … Continue reading

Posted in Clean Water Act, Environmental Protection Agency

Wisconsin Attorney General Sues EPA Over “Waters of US” Rule

Attorney General Brad Schimel announced that Wisconsin has joined eight other states suing the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to strike down EPA’s new Waters of the United States rule. The suit was filed in … Continue reading

Posted in Clean Water Act