U.S. Senate members voted this week to repeal the Biden administration’s expansion of how the federal government defines and regulates a wetland. West Virginia Republican Shelley Moore Capito sponsored a resolution that revokes the U.S. EPA’s definition of the Waters of the United States (WOTUS) for federal regulation under the Clean Water Act.

The highly contested Biden definition is now on track to be repealed by a bipartisan senate team. However, Environment and Public Works Chairman Tom Carper disagrees with the repeal, saying the Biden rule is the clearer and fairer version to farmers after multiple administrations failed attempts to create a lasting WOTUS. Ultimately, Biden could veto the rule repeal, a move anticipated by Congress and already voiced by the White House.

Read more on WOTUS rule changes here.