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3/8/19: Battle Over Single-Use Plastics; First Spring Break After Hurricane Michael

Gov. Ron DeSantis tours the destruction from Hurricane Michael in Mexico Beach in January. photo:

Gov. Ron DeSantis tours the destruction from Hurricane Michael in Mexico Beach in January. photo: Governor Ron DeSantis

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On today’s program, we looked at the environmental battle over single-use plastics in the Sunshine State with Holly Parker Curry, Florida regional manager with the Surfrider Foundation, and Samantha Padgett, general counsel with the Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association.

We also got an update on Hurricane Michael recovery efforts as the Panhandle prepares for spring break from Jessica Foster with WJHG-TV in Panama City.


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