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December 23, 2002
School board's plans to build violate settlement agreement
October 8, 2002
Two years after court denies oil drilling permit, 'takings' claim also thrown out
August 27, 2002
Environmental groups challenge legislative attempts to limit species protection
August 14, 2002
Legislation limiting citizens' right to protect environment in court challenged as unconstitutional
July 30, 2002
Goal to limit oil, urban runoff
June 6, 2002
Critical habitat to be proposed to protect threatened species
June 5, 2002
Washington County case sets precedent for entire state
May 30, 2002
Citizen Suit Filed as City Fails to Address Health Issues and Clean Water Act Violations
April 17, 2002
Boats must slow down for endangered mammals
February 21, 2002
Florida legislature considers damaging amendment to environmental protection law
January 28, 2002
Court action needed to correct management failure and recover imperiled species
January 10, 2002
Earthjustice defends environment from White House attacks
June 6, 2001
Reacting to the critically ill nature of Lake Okeechobee, leading Florida environmental groups today appealed to Florida Governor Jeb Bush and the Cabinet to order a halt to the pumping of polluted water into the ecologically fragile lake.
April 20, 2001
Florida's endangered manatee population received a welcome boost in a landmark legal settlement reached between conservationists and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
March 7, 2001
As a result of a settlement agreement with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, there will be a 70 percent reduction of phosphorus pollution permitted into Lake Okeechobee in Okeechobee County, Florida.