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Florida will never be perceived the same way again. But much more than a presidential election unfolded here this year. Check your voting rights at the door, and read on to see what you missed.

Florida voters on a roll

A layman's guide to the Supreme Court decision

None of the above

Congressional shuffle

Yet another rail revival

City Hall's failed coup

Downtown uptown

A surge in cops shooting

After-hours expansion

Art throws a party

Theatrical struggles


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