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Appeal Seeks to Protect Floridians, 50,000+ Acres, From Radioactive Waste, Phosphate Strip Mining
February 12, 2018
ST. PETERSBURG, Florida, Feb. 12 -- The Center for Biological Diversity issued the following news release:

Four conservation organizations today filed an appeal challenging a Florida district court's decision that greenlights the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' permit to phosphate strip-mine more than 50,000 acres and produce mountains of radioactive fertilizer waste, jeopardizing Florida's aquifers and irreversibly destroying native plant and animal habitat in west-central Florida.

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