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February 13, 2003

Shuttle Disaster: Shuttle arrives as pieces of a puzzle
The first loads of Columbia's remains are brought to Kennedy Space Center to be reassembled on a grid in a hangar.

Paintings fall back into safe hands
The suspects' inexperience showed when they tried to sell the French paintings.

Byrd drops telemarketing plan
Constituents and colleagues sway the House speaker from dialing up voters.

University leaders fault Bush's proposed cuts
Educators who usually make few waves warn state legislators that students face major tuition increases and program cuts.

3-week vote will call Florida's tails
TALLAHASSEE -- Gov. Jeb Bush has cast his vote for Florida's commemorative quarter. But don't ask him to reveal it.

Man acquitted of kidnapping young killer
But he faces five years in prison for false imprisonment.

24-million Floridians and counting by 2030
Demographers say the state's population will jump by almost 8-million in three decades, much of it coming from migration.

Around the state: Constitution too easily changed, 2 lawmakers say
TALLAHASSEE -- It should take more than approval by a majority of voters to change the Florida Constitution, say two lawmakers who want to require passage by voters in 34 of the 67 counties.

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