A measure aimed at advancing an $880 million Everglades plan cleared the Florida House on Friday, after the sugar industry and environmentalists reached a truce on terms of the complex clean-up effort.
Conservation groups fought an earlier House proposal, claiming it favored sugar growers and put more of the burden on South Florida taxpayers to build stormwater treatment and storage areas over the next decade.
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