Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Ruling worrisome for water quality issues

Florida won the latest skirmish in the more than 15-year-old war over water quality standards in the state. With environmentalists vowing to mount a counterattack, Florida's invaluable waterways could remain subjected to excessive contamination and toxic algae blooms -- to the detriment of tourism, recreation and fishing. Fertilizer, manure and sewage contamination brings toxic slime outbreaks...

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