For the next 20 years, Florida legislators will be required to dedicate at least $250 million annually to fund restoration of the state’s ailing Everglades ecosystem and polluted springs under a bill signed Thursday by Gov. Rick Scott.
For the next 20 years, Florida legislators will be required to dedicate at least $250 million annually to fund restoration of the state’s ailing Everglades ecosystem and polluted springs under a bill signed Thursday by Gov. Rick Scott. Walter Michot wmichot@miamiherald.com
For the next 20 years, Florida legislators will be required to dedicate at least $250 million annually to fund restoration of the state’s ailing Everglades ecosystem and polluted springs under a bill signed Thursday by Gov. Rick Scott. Walter Michot wmichot@miamiherald.com

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