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Biden administration restores the power of states and tribes to review projects to protect waterways

  • The Biden administration has issued a final rule that gives states and Native American tribes more authority to block energy projects that could harm rivers and streams.
  • The rule allows local authorities to review and reject or add conditions to projects that threaten water quality, while supporting infrastructure projects that create jobs. It also gives regulators more power to gather necessary information before making permit decisions.
  • The new rule marks a shift from the Trump-era rollback and aims to protect water resources while advancing federally permitted projects in a transparent and timely manner. The administration intends to work closely with states, tribes, and territories to implement the rule.
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