September 20, 2014

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Timeline: U.S. Sugar Corp.

| 8/1/2008
In June 2008, the state of Florida and Gov. Charlie Crist agreed to pay major sugar producer U.S. Sugar $1.75 billion for all its holdings and land. Environmentalists call it a major win for the Everglades. Take a look at U.S. Sugar's successful history.

Tags: Agriculture, Environment

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