Workers remove a grapefruit tree from a home in Southwest Miami-Dade in October 2000. Gov. Rick Scott vetoed money that would have compensated homeowners in Broward and Lee counties who lost trees to the citrus canker eradication program.
Workers remove a grapefruit tree from a home in Southwest Miami-Dade in October 2000. Gov. Rick Scott vetoed money that would have compensated homeowners in Broward and Lee counties who lost trees to the citrus canker eradication program. GASTON DE CARDENAS Miami Herald file photo
Workers remove a grapefruit tree from a home in Southwest Miami-Dade in October 2000. Gov. Rick Scott vetoed money that would have compensated homeowners in Broward and Lee counties who lost trees to the citrus canker eradication program. GASTON DE CARDENAS Miami Herald file photo

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