Sen. Marshall on WOTUS: It keeps being brought back up from the dead to live

The Senate has just voted to pass a resolution to formally disapprove of the new WOTUS rule.

Senator Roger Marshall of Kansas has been spreading the word on how this will negatively impact farmers and ranchers. He joined RFD-TV’s own Suzanne Alexander to discuss why this is so important to the farming community, why he thinks the EPA was so quick to publish the new rule, and what he would like to see happen as a result of the Sackett Case.

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