LAKELAND, Fla. -- A controversy heated up last week about the Florida Citrus Commission's decision to advertise on the Rush Limbaugh radio show. they say denigrates women and minorities. The groups, among others, pledged to hold protests at supermarkets and to encourage people not to buy Florida orange juice. Limbaugh supporters have pledged a counterattack. The Unofficial Rush Limbaugh Appreciation Society in Orlando, Fla., is promoting orange juice on the radio. It wants shoppers to wear ...

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