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January 2, 2013 12:00 AM

Miami Herald: In Florida, the foxes are guarding the henhouse

As states compete for whatever economic growth that they can secure, especially in this slowly recovering economy, Florida is smart to make clear that it is open for business. However, the Scott administration has been too intent on not just holding open the door for those who come to do business in the state, but also handing over the keys to business interests as it works to loosen regulations on industries that pollute and profit from the state's assets.

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