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Examining Florida's exemption from the US oil and gas drilling plan

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Listen: Examining Florida's exemption from the US oil and gas drilling plan

Why Florida?

On this week’s podcast, Senior Editors Meghan Gordon and Brian Scheid look at the Trump administration’s plan to open nearly all federal waters to oil and gas drilling and Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke’s sudden and unusual decision to exempt Florida from the proposal.

Patrick Parenteau, an environmental law professor at Vermont Law School, stops by this week's episode to say that the Florida decision is not only unorthodox, but could jeopardize the administration’s entire offshore plan.

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