Monthly Archives: September 2015

Federal Judge in North Dakota clarifies that injunction against Waters of US rule limited to 13 states

  U.S. District Judge Ralph Erickson clarified that the preliminary injunction he issued last week against the implementation of the Obama Administration’s Wasters of the U.S. rule only applies to the 13 states (including Wisconsin) that sued to block the … Continue reading

Posted in Environmental Protection Agency, Water

Update: AG Schimel challenges EPA’s decision to partially enforce enjoined Waters of U.S. Rule

Brad Schimel has declared that his office will challenge the EPA’s decision to move forward enforcing the enjoined Waters of the U.S. rule in 37 states.  On Thursday, August 27, the U.S. District Court for the District of North Dakota … Continue reading

Posted in Clean Water Act

Waters of US rule enjoined

A federal judge in North Dakota granted a preliminary injunction blocking the EPA from enforcing the infamous Waters of the United States rule. District Court Judge Ralph Erickson found that the 13 states who motioned for the injunction would be … Continue reading

Posted in General

EPA Clean Power Rule will hit Wisconsin, and Midwest, hard

The Obama Administration’s mandate to cut carbon emissions will leave Wisconsin’s power grid at risk according to Ellen Nowak, the chairwoman of Wisconsin’s Public Service Commission, the state’s utility regulator. Wisconsin, and other Midwestern states, rely heavily on coal due … Continue reading

Posted in General