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How SB 4 Will End Up Taxing the Oil and Gas Industry and Even California's Consumers: Looming Fee Hikes Will Cover State Water...

Most of the media has been consumed with talk of a proposed severance tax on oil and gas production, but meanwhile in Sacramento another tax on oil and gas production is being poised to take effect -- funding requests to...more

NJ Enacts Law Extending Time For Adoption Of WQM Plans To Avoid Withdrawal Of Sewer Service Areas

On January 16, 2014, Gov. Christie signed legislation (A-4531) that provides additional time for county planning agencies to submit regional water quality management (WQM) plans to the New Jersey Department of Environmental...more

Virginia Environmental Regulatory Developments (December 2013)

The regulatory action (i) updates current remediation levels and sampling and analysis methods; (ii) improves reporting and notification requirements; (iii) clarifies eligibility, application, registration fee, and...more

Low Impact Development’s Supersized Stamp on California Storm Water Regulation

Without much fanfare, low impact development (“LID”) practices have become a dominant trend in federal and California storm water regulation. The California State Water Resources Control Board (“State Board”) and the Regional...more

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