U.S. Rep. Bill Shuster (R-PA) will introduce the Regulatory Protection Act of 2015 on Monday, April 20, legislation that will require the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to repeal its proposed “Waters of the United States” (WOTUS) rule.
“Our economy can’t grow if the Obama Administration is standing in the way with new job killing regulations at every turn,” said Shuster, chairman of the transportation and infrastructure committee. “This EPA power grab demonstrates how important it is that Congress reins in the federal government. My legislation stops the Waters of the United States rule and protects Pennsylvania farmers, homebuilders and small businesses from its harmful implications.”
An article by The Ripon Advance: Rep. Shuster to Present Legislation to Stop WOTUS Rule