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Citizens’ suits are alive and well By Dixie Lee Peterson and Thomas D. Dupo Corporate Law Departments, September 2000 Until 1972, water pollution was regulated by looking at the quality of the receiving stream, not the source of the discharges. In enacting the Clean Water Act ("CWA"), Congress shifted the focus from water quality standards to direct limitations on the discharge of pollutants into the receiving waters.

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