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Battle for manatee protection in King’s Bay continues

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A town forum is being held this week in Crystal River to talk about an extension of an emergency rule by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service regarding manatees. The USFWS is mandating an idle speed across all of King’s Bay in Citrus County, a decision opposed by businesses in the area. Chantal Lamberth reports.

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