Waters of the United States: Interpreting the Clean Water Act

What is the Clean Water Act? Have historical interpretations of its scope changed over the years? What are the practical effects of those interpretations on the environment, farmers, and landowners? How is this issue relevant today? Donald Kochan and Robert Glicksman explore these questions as they discuss the scope of the Clean Water Act.


Differing Views:

Robert Glicksman

J. B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Environmental Law

George Washington University Law School


Donald Kochan

Professor of Law and Deputy Executive Director, Law and Economics Center

Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University


Energy & Environment

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