Eyes On 2nd Circ. After 9th Skirts Water Transfer Rule

By Juan-Carlos Rodriguez (September 1, 2015, 3:25 PM EDT) -- The Ninth Circuit recently found that a Clean Water Act permit wasn't required to transfer water from the Lower Klamath Lake to the Klamath River but avoided the thornier issue of the validity of the EPA's water transfer rule, leaving experts to watch how the Second Circuit handles a case over the rule....

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