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- Members of the Stone Crab Alliance, including Naples resident John Dwyer, center, gather after attending and speaking at an annual meeting of the Collier Countyâ’s legislative delegation at the University of Florida's IFAS research center in Immokalee on Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2013.  Several members of the group asked lawmakers in attendance at the meeting to pursue a ban on hydraulic fracturing and for a one-mile buffer zone to protect residents near oil drilling sites.

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DAVID ALBERS/STAFF - Members of the Stone Crab Alliance, including Naples resident John Dwyer, center, gather after attending and speaking at an annual meeting of the Collier Countyâ’s legislative delegation at the University of Florida's IFAS research center in Immokalee on Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2013. Several members of the group asked lawmakers in attendance at the meeting to pursue a ban on hydraulic fracturing and for a one-mile buffer zone to protect residents near oil drilling sites.

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- Members of the Stone Crab Alliance, including Naples resident John Dwyer, center, gather after attending and speaking at an annual meeting of the Collier Countyâ’s legislative delegation at the University of Florida's IFAS research center in Immokalee on Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2013.  Several members of the group asked lawmakers in attendance at the meeting to pursue a ban on hydraulic fracturing and for a one-mile buffer zone to protect residents near oil drilling sites.
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- State legislators representing Collier County lead an annual meeting of the Collier Countyâ’s legislative delegation at the University of Florida's IFAS research center in Immokalee on Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2013.  Several members of the Stone Crab Alliance asked lawmakers in attendance at the meeting to pursue a ban on hydraulic fracturing and for a one-mile buffer zone to protect residents near oil drilling sites.
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- Audience members listen to speakers from the Stone Crab Alliance discuss oil well drilling in Collier County at an annual meeting of the Collier Countyâ’s legislative delegation at the University of Florida's IFAS research center in Immokalee on Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2013.  Several members of the Stone Crab Alliance asked lawmakers in attendance at the meeting to pursue a ban on hydraulic fracturing and for a one-mile buffer zone to protect residents near oil drilling sites.
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- Naples resident Karen Dwyer speaks as a member of the Stone Crab Alliance at an annual meeting of the Collier Countyâ’s legislative delegation at the University of Florida's IFAS research center in Immokalee on Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2013.  Several members of the Stone Crab Alliance asked lawmakers in attendance at the meeting to pursue a ban on hydraulic fracturing and for a one-mile buffer zone to protect residents near oil drilling sites.
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- Naples resident Karen Dwyer poses with Lakeland resident Jerry Prescott dressed as a polar bear as members of the Stone Crab Alliance gather after an annual meeting of the Collier Countyâ’s legislative delegation at the University of Florida's IFAS research center in Immokalee on Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2013.  Several members of the Stone Crab Alliance asked lawmakers in attendance at the meeting to pursue a ban on hydraulic fracturing and for a one-mile buffer zone to protect residents near oil drilling sites.
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- State legislators representing Collier County lead an annual meeting of the Collier Countyâ’s legislative delegation at the University of Florida's IFAS research center in Immokalee on Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2013.  Several members of the Stone Crab Alliance asked lawmakers in attendance at the meeting to pursue a ban on hydraulic fracturing and for a one-mile buffer zone to protect residents near oil drilling sites.

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