Nebraska state legislator says expansion of Clean Water Act would kill the Cornhusker economy
December 21, 2007
Nebraska State Senator Vickie McDonald
appeared before a press conference earlier this month
to argue that the Clean Water Restoration Act of 2007
would effectively kill the state's economy by severely limiting its ability to use irrigation water, particularly hurting the state's ethanol
sectors. The bill would essentially subject all rivers and streams to Federal pollution regulations.
last revised December 2007