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May 21, 2013 6:52 PM

Sweet deal for state taxpayers or Scott donor giveaway?

Critics see political donations and heavy lobbying by Heritage Property and Casualty as evidence that Citizens Property and Gov. Rick Scott are tapping the insurer’s $6.4 billion surplus for special giveaways to politically-connected companies.

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