The Trump administration announced in December 2018 its proposed replacement rule defining “waters of the United States.” Under the proposed rule, the number of wetlands that fall outside of federal jurisdiction is expected to increase.

Phillip Bower and Megan McLean weigh in on what this means for state regulation of non-federal wetlands in the recent article published in the American Bar Association’s March/April 2019 edition of Trends, the ABA Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources newsletter.

What are Wisconsin, Minnesota and other states doing? What’s next?

Check out the full article: The Proposed WOTUS Rule: How do states regulate non-federal wetlands?