Environmentalists and recreational divers sued Wednesday to stop dredging work at Port Everglades, which is being deepened to make way for massive new ships sailing through the expanded Panama Canal.
Environmentalists and recreational divers sued Wednesday to stop dredging work at Port Everglades, which is being deepened to make way for massive new ships sailing through the expanded Panama Canal. Wilfredo Lee AP
Environmentalists and recreational divers sued Wednesday to stop dredging work at Port Everglades, which is being deepened to make way for massive new ships sailing through the expanded Panama Canal. Wilfredo Lee AP

Environmental groups sue to stop Port Everglades dredge

August 17, 2016 06:24 PM

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