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Georgia Democratic Senate candidate Michelle Nunn greets campaign volunteers at South DeKalb Community Achievement Center in Decatur, Ga., on May 13. The U.S. Senate race in Georgia is one of the most closely watched in the country. David Goldman/AP hide caption

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The Great Blue Hope: Michelle Nunn Tries The Improbable In Ga.

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Florida's state capitol. A redistricting plan crafted by the Republican-controlled Legislature in Tallahassee was partially thrown out by a state judge. iStockPhoto hide caption

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Legal Battle Looms Over Florida Congressional Districts

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Fate Of Decades-Old Cigar Factory Dangles By A Phrase

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Goods Sold In Cuban Shops Often Come From Florida Stores

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Protesters at an event in May in Naples, Fla., opposed to drilling near the Everglades. State officials say they have found no evidence of groundwater contamination from a type of drilling used nearby known as acidification. Linda S. Jacobson/Flickr hide caption

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Florida County Goes To Court Over 'Acid Fracking' Near Everglades

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Travel Freedom Raises Questions About U.S. Policies Toward Cuba

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A man stands in line at Miami International airport to board a charter flight to Havana, Cuba. Travelers often fly to Cuba from the U.S. with piles of goods, despite a decades-long trade embargo. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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With Cash And Fat Fryers, Americans Feed Cuba's Growing Free Market

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Florida's New Regional Rail Service Raises Residents' Concerns

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One of three marijuana plants growing in the backyard of a 65-year-old retiree from Pompano Beach, Fla. He grows and smokes his own "happy grass" to alleviate pain. Carline Jean/MCT/Landov hide caption

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Entrepreneurs Buzzing Over Medical Marijuana In Florida

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Florida is home to the country's four most dangerous large metro areas for pedestrians, according to a new national study. Orlando tops the list, followed by Tampa, Jacksonville and Miami, pictured above. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Orlando Steps Up To Make Its Streets More Pedestrian-Friendly

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Close-up of a star coral rescued by Coral Morphologic from a reef in Miami's shipping channel. Courtesy of Coral Morphologic hide caption

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An Underwater Race To Transplant Miami's Rare Corals

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Koch Foundation Criticized Again For Influencing Florida State

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Meet The Front-Runners In The Crowded GOP Senate Primary

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