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CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 08, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) AC's Facebook show "Full Circle" mentioned.

(Florida: Bill Weir) The "red tide" of toxic algae in Florida featured; scenes shown from onshore & offshore of dead & dying animals; details given of the impact of sugar farming on the waters of Lake Okeechobee & the Everglades. [Florida Gulf Coast University Bob WASNO†. Dr. Williams MITSCH†- show dead turtles; explain the red tide phenomenon influenced by the sugar farming.] [Tennessee cleanup volunteer Erfic CANADA†, Crowder Gulf Coast Disaster Management Thomas FORD†- comment.] The sugar industry's Website staTement in defense quoted.

Cooper, Anderson;
Weir, Bill

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