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Florida New Year’s Resolutions: Environment, government leaders
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Florida New Year’s Resolutions: Environment, government leaders

Florida New Year's resolutions for government leaders, environment

Lose weight. Quit smoking. Get rid of clutter.

These are the most popular resolutions we make every year. We all promise to lose 15 (ok, 25) pounds or to quit a bad habit. A small percentage of us do achieve the goals that we set on January 1. Most of us end up making the same resolutions every New Year’s Day.

I will be making my own long list, just like I do every year, of resolutions to make 2022 a better year. I also have some resolutions for policymakers and leaders about what they can do to improve Floridians lives in the next year.

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Resolution:Don’t give in to special interests. Put Florida’s people first.

Suggestions:Make laws that protect the environment, and keep its waters clean. Instead of spending money on highway construction in areas that aren’t needed, use those dollars to build highway underpasses where large land mammals like endangered panthers or black bears won’t be killed by the road.

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