Florida Begins Redistricting Hearings

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After signing a Florida budget that cuts billions, Republican Gov. Rick Scott has seen his approval rating drop. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Fla.'s Unpopular Governor Could Hinder GOP In 2012

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Lawrence Smart of Miami-Dade Mosquito Control looks for mosquito larvae in vehicle tires where water has collected, July 2010. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Tropical Disease Buzzes Back Into U.S.

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Finding New Uses For Troubled Golf Courses

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Water from the Mississippi River rushes through the Old River Control Structure toward the Atchafalaya Basin in Concordia Parish, La. The gates were opened to help relieve rising floodwaters. Gerald Herbert/AP hide caption

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Flooding In Louisiana's Great Basin: A Good Thing?

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For Bayou Residents, Floods Are A Fact Of Life

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St. Landry Parish Orders Mandatory Evacuations

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A member of the Louisiana National Guard stands guard as water diverted through the Morganza Spillway begins to fill a pasture in Morganza, La., on Saturday. Patrick Semansky/AP hide caption

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Bayous Flood As La. Residents Scramble

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Victims of the 1927 Mississippi Valley flood camped on a levee in Arkansas City, Ark. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers hide caption

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Army Corps Makes Tough Calls With Floods

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Florida Bill Could Muzzle Doctors On Gun Safety

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Florida's Legislature is cutting some $30 million from Everglades restoration to help close the state's $4 billion budget shortfall. Getty Images hide caption

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Florida Budget Woes Mean Environmental Cuts

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Rep. Webster Defends GOP Plan To Change Medicare

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U.S. Seeks To Deport Salvadoran Accused Of Torture

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People wait in line at the Boynton Beach Civic Center in Palm Beach County, Fla., for early voting, on Oct. 22, 2008. That year, early voting helped Barack Obama carry the state. Now, Republicans want to shorten the number of days Floridians can vote early. Marc Serota/Getty Images hide caption

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Fla. GOP Pushes Controversial Voting Law Changes

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A family from New Orleans visits a beach in Pensacola, Fla., just before spring break season last month. In the distance, workers continue to clean up after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Eric Thayer/Getty Images hide caption

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A Year After Gulf Oil Spill, Florida Sees A Comeback

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