In this February file photo, Gov. Rick Scott talks with James Billie, Seminole Tribe of Florida chairman, at the tribe’s headquarters. The tribe is suing the state over new rules on toxin levels in drinking water.
In this February file photo, Gov. Rick Scott talks with James Billie, Seminole Tribe of Florida chairman, at the tribe’s headquarters. The tribe is suing the state over new rules on toxin levels in drinking water. Wilfredo Lee AP
In this February file photo, Gov. Rick Scott talks with James Billie, Seminole Tribe of Florida chairman, at the tribe’s headquarters. The tribe is suing the state over new rules on toxin levels in drinking water. Wilfredo Lee AP

Toxic water rule delayed after Seminole Tribe sues

August 11, 2016 07:04 PM

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