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In The News: ‘Hiccup Girl’ Trial Begins, Florida Health Insurance Fails, Obama Will Continue Deportations, Florida Supreme Court Revisits Juvenile Case

By on September 18th, 2013

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Follow me @jdarroyo1266 on Twitter I'm a senior at the University of Florida. My major is journalism, with a concentration in photojournalism. I minored in art history, so ask me about Rococo.
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