Charlie Crist, Nikki Fried give enviro issues cursory treatment at Dem debate

It’s not unusual for environmental concerns to get lost on the debate stage, even among Democrats. There wasn’t much time given to them during the gubernatorial Primary debate in Miami between Rep. Charlie Crist and Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried

The debate turned to environmental policy about halfway through, with a question from NBC 6 anchor Jackie Nespral.

“In South Florida, we often see street flooding on any given day,” Nespral said. “On any given dry day, for that matter. Also, the Everglades are considered a state treasure and funding for restoration efforts has actually increased in recent years. What programs or

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