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U.S. Environmental Protection Agency agrees to delay federal pollution rules

Caloosahatchee River in 2008. Photo Credit: Earthjustice

The U. S. Environmental Protection Agency on Friday agreed to delay the implementing federal pollution limits in Florida, a day after Gov. Rick Scott signed legislation backing proposed state water quality rules.

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