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January 10, 2003


Beyond racial boundaries
G.D. Rogers Sr. had businesses, homes and land -- along with a heart for his community. He didn't wait for an invitation to get involved in civic affairs. Story
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Commentary: The Bush dynasty parties on
OCCUPIED TALLAHASSEE -- At 1900 hours on Monday, the Republicans rolled in: the stretch limos, the stretch Hummers, the stretch SUVs, the stretch pickups. It was like Prague in 1968, only with iced tea and Spanish moss.

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