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Supplier, Maker Knew Of Defective Drywall Years Ago

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Florida Gov. Charlie Crist (left) and entertainer Jimmy Buffett walk along Pensacola Beach, where Buffett plans to open a new hotel. Michael Spooneybarger/AP hide caption

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Gulf Disaster Spills Over Into Florida Politics

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Florida Land Use Changes Could Be In Voters' Hands

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Visitors enter The Ernest Hemingway Home & Museum in Key West, Fla. Even though the recession has pushed home prices down, there's still an acute shortage of affordable housing in this resort town. Rob O'Neal/AP/Florida Keys News Bureau hide caption

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