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House, Senate match on citrus greening but remain apart on environmental spending

Sen. Alan Hays, chair of the Subcommittee on Gen.Government and Rep. Ben Albritton, chair of the Ag & Natural Resources Subcommittee, chat before a budget meeting. Photo by Bruce Ritchie

The Senate on Monday offered to increase its proposed spending for water projects, petroleum site cleanups and springs restoration. 

But the House and Senate remained apart on those issues and several other major spending items after an initial meeting of conference committees on a 2014-15 state budget.

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