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Tribes take federal government to court over water-quality rules

Two Arizona tribes are suing the federal government over the decision by the Trump administration to dilute water quality rules. The lawsuit filed in federal court in Phoenix claims the Environmental Protection Agency and the Army Corps of Engineers, at the direction of the president, repealed Obama-era regulations defining the scope of the protections of the ...

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