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Florida and Georgia at War Over Water Use
The U. S. Supreme Court on Monday allowed Florida’s lawsuit against Georgia over water use to move forward, at least long enough for Georgia to file a response.

Alabama, Florida and Georgia have been battling in federal court over water from the Apalachiciola-Chattahoochee Flint River system. A year ago, Florida Gov. Rick Scott asked the Supreme Court to step in and decide on a water allocation among the states.


 
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