The "Waters of the U.S." proposed rule lets the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulate small ponds, ditches, rainwater flowing through low spots and isolated wet spots - the same as if they were a river or other navigable waterways.

This proposal will be a serious threat to farming and ranching, homebuilding, energy production and other land uses.

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Farmers Make ‘That’s Enough’ Parody of ‘Frozen’ Song in Response to New EPA Regulation

Farmers are hitting back against a rule proposed by the Environmental Protection Agency in what might be considered an unexpected way: with song.

In a parody song set to Disney’s “Let It Go” from the popular film “Frozen,” Kacey and Andy Clay, along with their three young children, decry the “Waters of the U.S.” rule that would allow the EPA to regulate water in small ponds and ditches, as well as rainwater flowing through some low spots, in a similar way to how it regulates larger bodies of water like rivers.

The rule, according to the Missouri Farm Bureau, poses “a serious threat to farming and ranching, home building, energy production and other land uses.”

In “That’s Enough,” Kacey Clay dons a long white dress and walks barefoot in a dry ditch singing:

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