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  • binellishtrbinellishtr Posts: 8,797 Admiral
    Not sure what you are asking, but ill take a stab at it and say... starts w a C ends with an R
  • gladesmangladesman Posts: 1,362 Officer
    Cryptic much?   ;)
  • David BDavid B Posts: 1,907 Captain
    "Subcommittee Chairman Sen. George Kirkpatrick, D-Gainesville, suggested some of the revenue, estimated from $18 million to $46 million a year, be used to buy marine habitat for preservation and that some be used to replace part of the general revenue funding currently provided by the Legislature for those programs."

    Wasn't it then Governor Christ that raided the aquatics trust funds to amp up the general coffer? Those dollars were paid into it buy the purchase of fishing licenses and were supposed to be used for freshwater restoration and maintenance projects to enhance and preserve habitat. 
    These socialist butterflies that believe that taking money from anywhere is okay, they need a large boot in their arses. 
    Increasing MMGW or climate change, one twist off at a time.
  • Walker DogWalker Dog Posts: 2,155 Captain
    Not sure what you are asking, but ill take a stab at it and say... starts w a C ends with an R
    Whatever floats your boat. That's not how most people spell "nothing" though.
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