For decades, oil has been drilling in the Big Cypress National Preserve. A South Florida family wanted to drill in marshes much farther east, about six miles from Miramar. But on Wednesday, Florida environmental regulators rejected the request.
For decades, oil has been drilling in the Big Cypress National Preserve. A South Florida family wanted to drill in marshes much farther east, about six miles from Miramar. But on Wednesday, Florida environmental regulators rejected the request. Tim Chapman Miami Herald Staff
For decades, oil has been drilling in the Big Cypress National Preserve. A South Florida family wanted to drill in marshes much farther east, about six miles from Miramar. But on Wednesday, Florida environmental regulators rejected the request. Tim Chapman Miami Herald Staff

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