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Resource ID: #22122
Subject: Developers
Source: Miami Herald
Date: August 21-23, 2005



The authors examined Florida's "Greenbelt" law, which is designed to help farmers stay in business. The authors found, though, that the law is ineffective and ends up costing local governments a lot of money. Developers use the law as a tax break, and consequently the law is "one of the weakest preservation programs in the nation."

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