West Palm Beach, Florida, USA. 31st May, 2016. Rep. Gayle Harrell (right) celebrates after Gov. Rick Scott signs a bill dubbed ''Legacy Florida, '' that will steer millions of dollars annually toward maintaining the state's troubled, environmental treasures. The legislation (HB 989) dedicates as much as $200 million annually to Everglades restoration, $50 million to freshwater springs across the state, and $5 million to Lake Apopka. The waterways have all been damaged and continue to be threatened by development and neighboring farm interests. Scott resigned the bill at Pine Jog Environmental

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West Palm Beach, Florida, USA. 31st May, 2016. Rep. Gayle Harrell (right) celebrates after Gov. Rick Scott signs Stock Photo
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West Palm Beach, Florida, USA. 31st May, 2016. Rep. Gayle Harrell (right) celebrates after Gov. Rick Scott signs a bill dubbed ''Legacy Florida, '' that will steer millions of dollars annually toward maintaining the state's troubled, environmental treasures. The legislation (HB 989) dedicates as much as $200 million annually to Everglades restoration, $50 million to freshwater springs across the state, and $5 million to Lake Apopka. The waterways have all been damaged and continue to be threatened by development and neighboring farm interests. Scott resigned the bill at Pine Jog Environmental
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May 31, 2016 - West Palm Beach, Florida, U.S. - Rep. Gayle Harrell (right) celebrates after Gov. Rick Scott signs a bill dubbed ''Legacy Florida,'' that will steer millions of dollars annually toward maintaining the state's troubled, environmental treasures. The legislation (HB 989) dedicates as much as $200 million annually to Everglades restoration, $50 million to freshwater springs across the state, and $5 million to Lake Apopka. The waterways have all been damaged and continue to be threatened by development and neighboring farm interests. Scott resigned the bill at Pine Jog Environmental Education Center in West Palm Beach, Florida on May 31, 2016. (Credit Image: © Allen Eyestone/The Palm Beach Post via ZUMA Wire)