All Americans—farmers and ranchers, the public, state and local officials, environmentalists—should be able to count on a regulatory system that is fair and transparent. Earlier this year, the House of Representatives passed a regulatory reform bill. Now the Senate needs to act.
AFBF is working to prevent implementation of the current Waters of the U.S. rule and other excessive expansion of federal jurisdiction under the Clean Water Act, reform the Endangered Species Act, preserve farmers’ and ranchers’ land-use and water rights, and reform the federal regulatory process. Learn more here.
We need a regulatory process that is based on facts, respects the legislative intent of Congress and observes the separation of powers in the Constitution.