Governor Charlie Crist signed into law a growth management plan that will lower curbs to development in urban areas and extend development permits. Developers and builders supported the bill, which environmentalists and many local governments opposed. Critics said the bill would foster more severe congestion problems and heighten urban sprawl.
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