With the nannies intensifying their attacks on the restaurant industry over childhood obesity, alcohol, nutrition, labor practices and the environment, it’s easy to overlook another area where activists are gleefully mustering their forces — development. 
 Anti-development movements are not new, but in our current political climate opponents of growth are finding sympathetic ears at all levels of government.
 In my adopted home state of Florida, a constitutional amendment will ...

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