Opinion: Muddying the Clean Water Act If you Don’t Get the Answer You Want, Go Ask Your Father By:  Conner Nicklas Budd-Falen Law Offices LLC Remember when you were a kid and you would calculate whether to ask your mother or your father depending on the answer you wanted?  ThatContinue Reading

It Means What It Says by GREG WALCHER on SEPTEMBER 29, 2019 Leaders are often advised to be straightforward. “Say what you mean, and mean what you say.” The quote is often attributed to General George Patton, or sometimes to President Harry Truman. There is no evidence either of them ever said it,Continue Reading

Guest opinion: Utah benefits from clarity on Clean Water Act By Doug Benevento as published in Deseret News Burdensome and excessive federal regulations often delay or prohibit American businesses from investing in infrastructure or land development projects that will create jobs, grow crops and improve how we manage our naturalContinue Reading

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes is praising a 26-page ruling from a federal judge in Georgia that exempts Utah and 10 other states from a controversial regulation involving water.  SEE also Ranchers Praise Delay of Controversial Federal Water Rule.  Utah was among an 11-state coalition thatContinue Reading

  SALT LAKE CITY — Gov. Gary Herbert issued a state of emergency Wednesday, while state officials contemplate legal action over the Colorado mine spill that sent contaminated river water to southeastern Utah. Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes told reporters that Utah, Colorado and New Mexico, both individually and collectively,Continue Reading

  DURANGO, Colorado (CNN) — The city of Durango and La Plata County, Colorado, have declared a state of emergency after a federal cleanup crew accidentally released mine waste into the water. An estimated 1 million gallons of waste water spilled out of an abandoned mine area in the southernContinue Reading

According to this article in Forbes Magazine, it seems that even wood isn’t green or renewable enough anymore.  The EPA has recently banned the production and sale of 80 percent of America’s current wood-burning stoves, the oldest heating method known to mankind and mainstay of rural homes and many ofContinue Reading