Proposed EPA cuts would eliminate more than $11 million Florida has received over the last five years to keep estuaries like the Indian River Lagoon — which suffered a toxic algae bloom last year — clean.
Proposed EPA cuts would eliminate more than $11 million Florida has received over the last five years to keep estuaries like the Indian River Lagoon — which suffered a toxic algae bloom last year — clean. Richard Graulich Palm Beach Post
Proposed EPA cuts would eliminate more than $11 million Florida has received over the last five years to keep estuaries like the Indian River Lagoon — which suffered a toxic algae bloom last year — clean. Richard Graulich Palm Beach Post

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