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Florida's Tourism Industry Reeling from Frances

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Florida's Tourism Industry Reeling from Frances

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Florida's Tourism Industry Reeling from Frances

Florida's Tourism Industry Reeling from Frances

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Whether it's Mickey Mouse or Shamu, Florida has built its economy on tourism. Hotels, theme parks and other attractions say they expect major losses from last weekend's Hurricane Frances, which struck during the usually lucrative Labor Day holiday. NPR's Ari Shapiro reports.

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