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Tourists walk up the ramp of an observation tower at Everglades National Park, Fla. An $8.4 billion restoration project aims to reverse damage from decades of development and pollution to the park. (David Adame - AP)
Fla. to Speed Up Everglades Cleanup 
Florida Gov. Jeb Bush plans to announce an ambitious plan Thursday to accelerate the flagging $8 billion effort to restore the Everglades ecosystem.

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