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Pop/Land:30.5 per sq km.
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    In his weekly radio address President Bush said, "America has the best health care system in the world, because it puts doctors and patients in charge, encourages new technologies, and finds new ways to improve quality. By giving our states more flexibility and making our tax code fairer, we can reform our health care system and restrain costs. And by implementing these reforms now, we can help ensure every American has a future with better choices, better care, and greater hope for a healthy tomorrow."

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    By Bill Cotterell TALLAHASSEE Fla. (Reuters) - The Florida legislature approved new U.S. congressional districts on Monday a month after a judge found the state's 2012 redistricting map was unconstitutional, and Democrats complained that they were once again ignored by ruling Republicans. The Senate voted 25-17 for the revised plan and the House passed it barely an hour later in a 71-38 vote, both chambers voting along party lines. A special legislative session to revise Florida’s congressional districts was required after a judge ruled last month that the Republican-controlled body had improperly rigged the maps to protect the party's House of Representatives majority in Washington. Circuit judge Terry Lewis invalidated two of the state's 27 congressional districts in north and central Florida, saying Republican leaders in 2012 illegally colluded with campaign consultants to protect their party and pack Democrat voters - including blacks - into as few districts as possible.

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