SeaWorld halts nightly fireworks show
Monday, August 28, 2006
The San Diego Coastkeeper claims that SeaWorld's nightly fireworks show violates the Clean Water Act. SeaWorld doesn't necessarily agree, but it avoided litigation by ending the show. Are the fireworks gone for good? Do they really pollute the bay and affect the environment? What sort of impact will this have on other shows around California? Host Maureen Cavanaugh takes up these issues with a spokesman for SeaWorld and an attorney for the San Diego Coastkeeper.
- Dave Koontz , spokesman for SeaWorld.
- Marco Gonzalez , attorney for Coast Law Group LLP, which represents the San Diego Coastkeeper.
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