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Floridan Aquifer, Ballot Amendment 1


On Oct. 2, the New York Times reported on California’s water crisis. In some places in the state near the Sequoia National Forest, residents’ wells have dried up. Their taps have run dry, rivers and lakes are drying up and there is no water left to shower on once-lush landscaping.
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Latino Voters Focused on Economy


The biggest issue concerning Central Florida Latinos today is the economy. That’s according to the libertarian leaning Libre Initiative, which held a forum on Economic Development in the Hispanic Community Wednesday.
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