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The Algae That Devastated Florida’s Coasts Also Contained 28 Kinds Of Bacteria, Study Finds

Blue-green algae blooms that devastated Florida’s coasts last summer contained as many as 28 types of bacteria, some of which…

Fight for Lake Okeechobee reservoir not over, Joe Negron says

Getting a reservoir to curb Lake Okeechobee discharges through the Legislature was a major undertaking, but it’s only step one…

Our view: Algae study should prompt new Florida probe

During the height of the 2016 algae crisis, media and politicians from around the state — in some cases, around…

Study: Last year’s St. Lucie River blooms contained 28 kinds of blue-green algae

A study by researchers at Ohio State University found a correlation, but not a causal relationship, between simply living in…

For the River of Grass, let’s keep reservoir process flowing

Last month, we praised the Florida Senate for “getting it.” We urged the House to follow suit and, fortunately, lawmakers…

Ohio State University study links toxic algae blooms, fatal liver disease | Video

  People living in areas with significant blue-green algae blooms, including the Treasure Coast, are more likely to die from…

Capital Report: 05-19-2017

This week Governor Rick Scott handed State Senate President Joe Negron a big win, by signing Senate Bill 10.  That…

One Step Closer?

Gov. Scott signed Senate Bill 10 into law this week. The new law may expedite the construction of a reservoir…

Guest column: Putting the Everglades reservoir into context

Now that Gov. Rick Scott has signed the bill to construct a reservoir south of Lake Okeechobee, it is time…

Scott Signs Major Water Bill

Gov. Rick Scott on Tuesday signed a priority of Senate President Joe Negron that will allow the state to bond…

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