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Florida Writers Take A Stand On Oil Spill With New Book, "UnspOILed: Writers Speak For Florida’s Coast"

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When Florida lobbyists and lawmakers pushed to eliminate the long-standing ban protecting the Gulf of Mexico against oil drilling last Fall, a group of Florida writers decided to make their voices heard. Susan Cerulean along with other Florida writers got to work on the book “Unspoiled: Writers Speak for Florida’s Coast.” WUFT’s Andrea Gazmuri talked with her about what they hope to accomplish.

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