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Liberal SuperPAC Sets Sights On Rick Scott

Gov. Rick Scott is now in the crosshairs of a political action committee pushing for action on climate change.

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Florida Sues Georgia Over Water Dispute

Gov. Rick Scott and Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi filed a lawsuit against the state of Georgia this week after a long-running dispute over water consumption.

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Florida Tallies Objections To Determine Which Public Beaches To Sell

Florida is in the process of identifying beaches that the state may then sell to private owners. The only thing stopping the sales are written objections, and the most frequent of them just might be able to save some of the land for public use.

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Florida’s Pro-Consumer Bill Another Casualty Of The American Chemistry Council

In the bare-knuckle war over toxic chemicals, the fight between industry and activists has shifted noticeably from Washington, D.C., to state venues.

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Florida Department Of Environmental Protection Cases Decrease Under Scott Appointee

A new report from a group that represents government environmental regulation workers shows the Florida Department of Environmental Protection has been enforcing the state’s environmental laws increasingly less.

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Environmental Rules, Regulatory Agencies Undergo Big Changes

Ashley Lopez: Environmental regulations and the agency that implements them in Florida went through some big changes last week, and according to environmentalists, they aren’t good changes.

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Gulf of Mexico ‘Dead Zone’ May Be Larger Than Usual This Year

Paul Greenberg: Since the 1970s, an oxygen-deprived “dead zone” often bigger than the state of Connecticut has formed every summer in the Gulf of Mexico.

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In Show of Big Sugar’s Influence, Price Supports Continued in Farm Bill

Trevor Aaronson: This year’s farm bills in the U.S. House and Senate will cut back on many of the subsidies for the nation’s agriculture industry. But the price supports that benefit the domestic sugar industry won’t be affected, demonstrating just how powerful Big Sugar is on Capitol Hill.

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For Orlando Postal Worker, Illness Still Mystery

Trevor Aaronson: The case of Jeffrey A. Lill, a U.S. Postal Service employee injured at a mail-sort facility in Orlando more than two years ago, is still unresolved.

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Florida ‘Fracking’ Bills Moving Through Legislature

Ashley Lopez: Will the controversial practice of hydraulic fracturing come to the Sunshine State?

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