The Democratic Party's slim majority in Congress means changes to the Clean Water Act are unlikely, leaving the Biden administration to apply its own interpretation, observers say. This might lead to a wider scope than that implemented under the Trump administration, although changes might not be immediate.
Clean Water Act might grow in scope under Biden
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