BRADENTON, Fla. – Southeast cities and counties are facing increasing federal scrutiny of their sewer systems because of new standards aimed at reducing violations of the Clean Water Act.

Those efforts to stop sewer systems from polluting drinking water supplies, marine life habitat, and coral reefs bring financial consequences.

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