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The Advocate
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-Florida. At it Again
Students who are courageous enough to express their support and acceptanceof all types of diversity are have been deemed troublemakers by a Floridahigh school. What has this world come to? The whole controversy started whena female high school student was told that she could not wear or display anysort of LGBT-related items at school to show her support. Apparently,rainbow stickers are a big threat.

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-Military divers train while cleaning up tire 'reef' in waters off FortLauderdale
Military divers gain experience hauling up reef
ABOARD THE LCU BRANDY STATION The .50-caliber machine guns rest in storage.
There is no shore to storm, just a persistent and bizarre environmentalproblem 70 feet beneath the waves off Fort Lauderdale.,0,5588095.story

-Politics could stall regional water solutions
By the time today's kindergartners become college graduates, water managerswarn that Palm Beach and Broward counties face shortfalls unless they cancome up with another 100 million gallons a day.,0,1498706.story

Miami Herald
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-ELECTIONS: Web vote offered to military abroad
Eight years after overseas ballots became a flash point in the presidentialelection, one Florida county plans to let military personnel use theInternet to vote.

-COURTS: Lawsuit a threat to casinos with slot machines
A lawsuit that has been bogged down in legal delays is going back to courtand could call into question South Florida's voter-approved slot machinecasinos.

Palm Beach Post
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-Fans, enemies, undecideds fill Obama throng
All kinds of reconnaissance missions were carried out Thursday whenDemocratic presidential front-runner Barack Obama visited a Boca Ratonsynagogue to reassure skeptical Jewish voters.


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