The Trump administration keeps pulling the plug on life support to kill WOTUS, but environmentalists keep plugging it back in.

The government delayed implementation of the rule again this week, this time for two years, so the EPA won’t have absolute power over every ditch and puddle in the country.

Or as environmentalists call it, drinking water for one out of three Americans.

In other words, two-thirds of what EPA wants to regulate like drinking water, ain’t drinking water. (See puddles, ditches).

The delay to stop the rule from taking effect is needed while interference from Big Environment is heard in federal district court. The Denver Post has the story.

The delay gives certainty to ranchers and farmers they can go about their business until then without fear the EPA will show up and shut down their livestock’s drinking pond.