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Kids are suing Gov. Rick Scott to force Florida to take action on climate change

Kids are suing Gov. Rick Scott to force Florida to take action on climate change


The youngest is 10, the oldest is 20, and one is a University of Miami marine science student.

Five Florida kids, including Miami activist Delaney Reynolds, are suing Gov. Rick Scott with the help of Our Children's Trust to force the state to come up with a plan to protect Florida from climate change.

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