In a bipartisan vote on Tuesday, the House passed legislation to prohibit the Environmental Protection Agency from finalizing its Waters of the United States rule. However, the measure’s future remains unclear.  The Waters of the U.S. Regulatory Overreach Protection Act of 2014 passed 262-152. Of the “yes” votes, 35 came from Democrats.  While supporters of the bill were so confident of the outcome in the House that they already turned their focus Monday to the Senate, in particular targeting at-risk red-state Democrats.  The White House has issued a veto threat.