This rule has only been in effect for 16 months! Congress needs to give the EPA a chance to regulate this extremely prevalent issue in our current environment. It would be detrimental to our rivers, streams, and drinking water if we simply remove this law based on the fact that it infringes some people's property rights. First of all, there is precedent for government organizations, like the EPA, to enact laws that cross over into people's private property to benefit the general public as a whole. In addition, areas that provide water need to be heavily regulated in order to preserve our basic human right of CLEAN WATER. At this time, this bill does nothing but remove that right. Vote No.