Employees from the Department of Transportation, Department of Health and South Florida Water Management District say they were told not to use “climate change” and “global warming” in reports or other documents. Gov. Rick Scott denies the allegations, saying his office has never order any ban on such terms.
Employees from the Department of Transportation, Department of Health and South Florida Water Management District say they were told not to use “climate change” and “global warming” in reports or other documents. Gov. Rick Scott denies the allegations, saying his office has never order any ban on such terms. Courtesy of Florida Governor’s Office
Employees from the Department of Transportation, Department of Health and South Florida Water Management District say they were told not to use “climate change” and “global warming” in reports or other documents. Gov. Rick Scott denies the allegations, saying his office has never order any ban on such terms. Courtesy of Florida Governor’s Office

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