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Congressmen detail worries with Crist's Everglades plan

Members of Congress are putting their worries about Gov. Charlie Crist's big dollar purchase of US Sugar into writing, asking his administration to answer a series of questions about the pending deal.

Florida's delegation Wednesday grilled DEP Secretary Michael Sole and others about the deal, saying they were worried about the cost of the super secret deal as well as the effect of losing a major employer in the area.

Here's what Reps. Alcee Hastings and Allen Boyd Download want to know.

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