Here’s an opinion piece in opposition to S. 787, the Clean Water Restoration Act, from Patrick O’Toole writing in The Denver Post. From the article:
The reality is that an expansion of the Act will restrict the ability of states, municipalities and individuals to adjust to such variables as changing snowpack and runoff due to climate change. The dying forests of the West present another watershed challenge that we must be prepared to address, post haste. We live in a time in which people in the water community need more flexibility, not less.
More S. 787 coverage here.