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The young musicians of Seguro Que Si will perform in this weekend's Inaugural Parade. Left to right: Daniel Chico (bass), Kevin Arguelles (piano), Maxwell Frost (timbales), Christopher Muriel (congas), Niyah Lowell (bongos), Annette Rodriguez (vocal), Sean Fernandez (trumpet), Robby Cruz (trumpet). Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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A High School Salsa Band In The Inaugural Parade? 'Of Course!'

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Florida Gov. Rick Scott speaks in Fort Lauderdale in May. J. Pat Carter/AP hide caption

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Estimated Costs Drive Debate As Florida Weighs Medicaid Expansion

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After losing his bid for re-election in 2010, Democrat Alan Grayson of Florida is back in Congress after winning a safer district. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Rep.-elect Patrick Murphy, D-Fla., speaks during a news conference introducing 37 of the newly elected House Democrats at the U.S. Capitol on Nov. 13. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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After Beating Allen West, House Freshman Faces New Fight

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Judge: Zimmerman Must Keep Wearing GPS Tracker

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Death Of Florida Teenager Echoes Trayvon Martin

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Big Gator Head Premieres At Miami Art Fair

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For Tea Party Activists In Florida, The Health Care Battle Goes On

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The CIA is looking to employ a community it historically rejected. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Mission Diversify: CIA Begins LGBT Recruiting

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Greek artist B. calls his mural "a sea of objects." It was added to Wynwood Walls in 2011. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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A Burmese python coils around the arm of a hunter during a news conference in 2010 in the Florida Everglades. New research suggests that the pythons won't spread through the American Southeast, as previously believed. Lynne Sladky/AP hide caption

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Will Florida Pythons Slither To Rest Of The U.S.?

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