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EPA, Florida Face Off Over Water Standards

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EPA, Florida Face Off Over Water Standards

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EPA, Florida Face Off Over Water Standards

EPA, Florida Face Off Over Water Standards

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Florida officials have renewed their fight against the Environmental Protection Agency over strict new water quality standards. Florida is the first state required to implement these strict guidelines and says it's being singled out unfairly.

Trimmel Gomes reports for Florida Public Radio.

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