Nearly 75 percent of Florida voters approved a water and land conservation Amendment last November. Amendment One was hailed as a sound source of funding for environmental issues the ballot proposal’s supports felt had been under-funded for years. Now Florida lawmakers have prepared a state spending plan, divvying up more than $750 million generated by the Amendment. But backers of Amendment say the environment is being shortchanged yet again. Tonight, we’ll explore the legislative conversation around environmental spending, and try to answer the question: where did the money go?
Guest: Will Abberger, Florida Trust For Public Land
Host: Lynn Hatter