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Senate version of anti-environmental regulation bill declared dead by Senate sponsor

Sen. Wilton Simpson said he temporarily postponed his comprehensive permitting bill because there wasn't time to hear it. Cities, counties and environmental groups fought the proposal. File photo by Bill Cotterell.

The Senate companion of the controversial environmental regulation bill wasn't heard in the final meeting of a committee, prompting the bill sponsor to declare the measure dead for the 2014 legislative session. 

SB 1464 would provide 30-year water use permits for developments of regional impact and require that a master plan development order be included in regional water supply plans.

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