Disbelief, hard feelings
Three months after the presidential election, black voters in Florida don't accept the result and blame the state for rejecting their votes.
Its 2001, but racism alive for many
From being ignored in a store to matching a crime suspect's profile, black Floridians see it every day.
Black voters believe they were denied
While the truth might never be known, the perception that many were disenfranchised in November is a strongly held one.
Agencies covet state land
Government agencies ask for slices of land bought for preservation, often to deal with past planning mistakes.