The new rule would eliminate federal protections for about 40 percent of Pennsylvania’s streams. Only major navigable waterways, tributaries that run into them or adjacent wetlands along with some lakes will be covered by the Clean Water Act.
This week on The Allegheny Front, a special look at Clairton, home of the largest coke facility in North America, and the people who live with the industry there. Some residents say they've had enough, and they're taking action by telling their stories.
This week on The Allegheny Front we're featuring two stories - from two podcasts - about how environmental policy changes lives. In the first, a family fights a pipeline company to save their maple syrup business. And in the second, we dig into what Trump's supporters think about the environment.