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State v. Hamilton

Citation: 11 ELR 20042
No. No. 55181, 338 So. 2d 561/(Fla., 09/18/1980)

The court upholds the constitutionality of Florida's Air and Water Pollution Control Act. The Act, which makes it a crime to cause pollution that harms human, animal, or plant life, is not unconstitutionally vague because it defines pollution in commonly used words that put persons of common intelligence on notice of the proscribed conduct....

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