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Topic - Larry Schweiger
Still, he said, it falls short of restoring protections to valuable waters such as prairie potholes, Carolina bays, vernal pools and playa lakes.
"The streams and wetlands protected by this rule supply drinking water to more than one-third of all Americans," said Larry Schweiger, president of the National Wildlife Federation. "Our rivers, lakes, and bays will be cleaner and healthier."