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Months After Hurricane Michael, Florida Families Remain Homeless

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In early October, Hurricane Michael devastated Florida's Panhandle, leaving beachside communities in ruins. The cost of removing debris from Mexico Beach, including its canals, is expected to top $25 million. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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'Struggling Here With Just Living' In The Aftermath Of Hurricane Michael

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Government Shutdown Stalls Preparedness For Hurricane Season

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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Suspends Broward County Sheriff From Elected Office

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South Florida voters cast their vote late in the day at a busy polling center in Miami on Nov. 6, 2018. Rhona Wise /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Florida Law Restoring The Vote To Felons Takes Effect

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Peter Brown was held by the county sheriff at the direction of Immigration and Customs Enforcement because the agency erroneously identified him as a Jamaican here illegally and flagged him for deportation. In fact, Brown was born in Philadelphia, raised in New Jersey and has seen Jamaica only once, briefly on a cruise. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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ICE Detained The Wrong Peter Brown

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Oyster harvests in the Gulf of Mexico have been in decline for decades. Tyler Jones/UF/IFAS Photo by Tyler Jones hide caption

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Gulf Oyster Reefs Are Hurting. Now There's Help From Oil Spill Aid Money

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Following Parkland Shooting, Commission Finds There Is Still More To Be Done

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A promotional balloon — styled after the red, heart-shaped balloon in one of Banksy's famous artworks — floats at the grand opening of The Art Of Banksy show in Miami. WorldRedEye.com hide caption

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This Art Show Doesn't Have Banksy's Blessings — His Fans Don't Seem To Mind

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Privately-Owned Rail Company In Florida Gets Richard Branson As New Partner

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Republican gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis (left) and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum (right) during a CNN debate Sunday. Chris O'Meara/AP hide caption

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Florida's Governor Race Could Be A Test For Trump

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Lance Erwin works with a neighbor in Mexico Beach, Fla., to repair parts of his roof after it was blown off by Hurricane Michael. Rules are looser in the Pandhandle, allowing construction that couldn't stand up to the storm's 155 mph winds. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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After Hurricane Michael, A Call For Stricter Building Codes In Florida's Panhandle

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Hurricane Michael Deals Florida's Oyster Industry A Serious Blow

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Hurricane Michael Leaves Many Florida Communities In Ruin

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