Here are the first few paragraphs:
During the March Republican primary debate, President-elect Donald J. Trump promised to eliminate the 'Department of Environmental Protection.' However, in a subsequent speech in Pittsburgh, he said, "I will refocus the EPA on its core mission of ensuring clean air and clean, safe drinking water for all Americans." Further, "I believe firmly in conserving our wonderful natural resources and beautiful natural habitats. My environmental agenda will be guided by true specialists in conservation, not those radical political agendas."
In a recent November interview= with reporters and editors of The New York Times, President-elect Trump expressed the view "that clean air and 'crystal clear water' were vitally important."
Two major pathways to "crystal clear water" involve infrastructure financing and regulatory policy.
Perceptive article by a very perceptive man.
Enjoy! Or not....
"One thing is clear: the WOTUS [Waters of the United States] regulation is history, at least the expansive version promulgated by the Obama administration." - G. Tracy Mehan, III (from the above)