Discussion school   The current administration in Washington D.C. has made temporary changes to the Federal Clean Water Act (CWA) that have decreased the number of waterways qualifying for protection. This action will benefit agriculture and industry, both of which will see an ease on restrictions over their water use. Read the article below that offers analysis on the benefits and costs associated with the CWA. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/10/181009115102.htm “Clean Water Act dramatically cut pollution in US waterways”. Science Daily The temporary changes proposed may become permanent in the coming year. The Environmental Protection Agency has solicited commentary from interested persons or groups (stakeholders) on these proposed changes. You can read about this in the article below (no need to read the whole article): https://www.popsci.com/new-clean-water-act-changes/ “Learn how changes to the Clean Water Act could hurt your region before it’s too late”. Popular Science What are your thoughts regarding governmental deregulation of the…    read more