Tea Party-Backed Lawmaker Meets With Constituency

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A for sale sign hangs in front of a Homestead, Fla., home. In certain places more than half of the homes sold are in one stage of foreclosure or another. J. Pat Carter/AP hide caption

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In Fla., It's A Great Time For Canadian Homebuyers

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Florida Targets Big Cuts In Education

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Fla. Governor Rejects High-Speed Rail Funds

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The "bath salts," which are being snorted and smoked to produce a cocaine- and meth-like high, have sent dozens of users to emergency rooms after violent behavior and hallucinations. Florida and Louisiana have banned the sale of the product. Rogelio V. Solis/AP hide caption

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Florida Bans Cocaine-Like 'Bath Salts' Sold In Stores

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Florida Governor Unveils Budget Proposal

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Rep. Allen West (R-FL) speaks to constituents at a town meeting in Deerfield Beach, Fla., on Thursday. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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Tea Party Firebrand Backs Hard Choices At Town Hall

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New Rules Further Loosen Cuba Travel Restrictions

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A Red Flame grapefruit affected by the disease known as citrus greening, which leaves fruit sour, malformed and unusable -- and eventually kills the tree. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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Abandoned Citrus Groves Produce Problems In Fla.

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Portraits Of Haitians In Miami

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U.S. To Deport Haitians With Criminal Records

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Miami's Cubans Watch Their Hero Go On Trial

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Florida Gov. Rick Scott smiles during inauguration ceremonies Tuesday in Tallahassee. John Raoux/AP hide caption

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Gov. Scott, Ex-CEO, Aims To Run Fla. Like A Business

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New Medical School Model: Adopt A Family To Treat

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A planned dredging project at the Port of Miami would cost $75 million in federal money. However, incoming Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) says that he does not support federal earmarks. Wilfredo Lee/AP hide caption

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To Defenders, Some Earmarks Are Sound Politics

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