PLF challenges boat speed limits in Florida on Courting Liberty
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is exceeding its manatee regulatory powers by proposing to limit boat speeds in a pair of popular Pinellas County basins with few or no manatees — indeed, where the commission’s own staff recommended against regulations because of the infrequency of manatee sightings.
In this week’s Courting Liberty Podcast, PLF Attorney Christina M. Martin and PLF client, Bill Thomas, discuss an administrative challenge that has been filed against the Commission’s proposal.
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