Miami Waterkeeper, Rachel Silverstein, takes a sample from coral. Under Silversteinâ’s direction she, and a small team of lawyers, sued the Army Corps of Engineers in October 2014 over dredge work at PortMiami. A federal judge reopened the lawsuit last week.
Miami Waterkeeper, Rachel Silverstein, takes a sample from coral. Under Silversteinâ’s direction she, and a small team of lawyers, sued the Army Corps of Engineers in October 2014 over dredge work at PortMiami. A federal judge reopened the lawsuit last week. File Photo
Miami Waterkeeper, Rachel Silverstein, takes a sample from coral. Under Silversteinâ’s direction she, and a small team of lawyers, sued the Army Corps of Engineers in October 2014 over dredge work at PortMiami. A federal judge reopened the lawsuit last week. File Photo

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