Fla. measure aims to curb tax breaks for perceived contamination

A bill approved by Florida lawmakers would require businesses receiving brownfield tax incentives to be located on or next to a property where an environmental-cleanup agreement is in effect. The law, which is being reviewed by the governor, would tighten the state's brownfield incentive program, which has led to companies receiving breaks when contamination was perceived, but not necessarily shown to exist.

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