A group representing the Apalachicola River's varied interests is urging Florida officials to take a leadership role in resolving a tri-state water dispute outside of the courtroom.
Alabama, Florida and Georgia have been fighting in federal court since 1990 over water from the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint (ACF) river system. Alabama and Georgia want water for cities, recreation and industry while Florida wants water for fish and wildlife in the Apalachicola River and for the seafood industry in Apalachicola Bay.
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