ORLANDO, Fla. -- Orange juice is still in the spotlight here as controversy continues to swirl over the Florida Citrus Commission's choice to advertise on the Rush Limbaugh radio talk show, which has an estimated 15 million listeners. The controversy began when gay and lesbian groups and the National Organization of Women, among others, called on consumers last month to boycott Florida orange juice and encourage the Lakeland, Fla.-based commission to stop advertising on the program. ...

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