Senate will vote on a resolution disapproving of the new WOTUS rule

Regulatory Reform is in limbo as the Senate crafts its version of a house-passed bill. 

The Senate is set to vote on a resolution formally disapproving of the new WOTUS rule.

The House voted on and passed their version of the resolution earlier this month, but just last week, that new rule went into effect despite efforts to stop it. Even if the Senate passes the resolution today, President Biden has said he will veto it.

Lawmakers like Senator Roger Marshall of Kansas have been vocal in their disapproval of the new WOTUS rule. He is set to deliver remarks on the Senate floor in support later today.

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