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Politico ad supporting passage of the “Regulatory Integrity Protection Act”

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ARTBA and 44 other trade associations sign on to an advertisement in Politico supporting the “Regulatory Integrity Protection Act.”

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Politico ad supporting passage of the “Regulatory Integrity Protection Act”

  1. 1. This Land Should Not Be “Jurisdictional” Stop EPA’s Regulatory Land Grab The Environmental Protection Agency is attempting to expand federal authority over private property. If EPA gets its way, millions of additional acres of land could be regulated as wetlands under the Clean Water Act. The governors and state entities of 34 states want EPA to withdraw the proposed rule and start over. The Regulatory Integrity Protection Act (H.R. 1732) would halt this unprecedented land grab and require EPA to: • Withdraw the proposed rule. • Develop a new rule in consultation with state and local governments and affected groups. • Ensure the new rule is based on better science and realistic economic analysis. Congress can make that happen Pass H.R. 1732 Agricultural Retailers Association American Farm Bureau Federation American Petroleum Institute American Public Power Association American Road & Transportation Builders Association American Society of Golf Course Architects Associated Builders and Contractors The Associated General Contractors of America Association of American Railroads Association of Oil Pipe Lines Corn Refiners Association CropLife America Federal Forest Resources Coalition The Fertilizer Institute Florida Sugar Cane League Foundation for Environmental and Economic Progress Golf Course Builders Association of America Golf Course Superintendents Association of America The Independent Petroleum Association of America Industrial Minerals Association – North America International Council of Shopping Centers International Liquid Terminals Association Leading Builders of America NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association National Association of Home Builders National Association of Manufacturers National Association of REALTORS® National Cattlemen's Beef Association National Club Association National Corn Growers Association National Cotton Council National Industrial Sand Association National Mining Association National Multifamily Housing Council National Oilseed Processors Association National Pork Producers Council National Rural Electric Cooperative Association National Stone, Sand and Gravel Association Portland Cement Association Public Lands Council Responsible Industry for a Sound Environment Southern Crop Production Association Sports Turf Managers Association United Egg Producers U.S. Chamber of Commerce

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