FCC News Brief – January 11, 2019

Written by Florida Conservation Coalition

Read Wasserman Schultz calls for more federal regulation after dirty Ocala water makes news – “U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz called out to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Attorney General’s office Tuesday, requesting they establish a proper system for regulating, monitoring and notifying people of water contamination in their area. The Weston Democrat expressed her concern through a two-page letter to Acting EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler and Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker, detailing the toxicity of chemicals in flame retardants — and found in the water supply of some unknowing Floridians. A Herald/Times story published last week revealed

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