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Topic - Steve Southerland
"I am pleased that these hardworking north Florida families will receive the relief they so desperately need," he said in a statement. "While this disaster assistance is a critical step forward, the fight for our oyster fishery is far from over. I remain committed to doing all I can to help Apalachicola Bay's oyster fishery not just survive, but thrive for generations to come."
"Let's learn from that. Let's learn how we can apply it on a more broad scale," he said.