Like the hurricanes that seem to punish the state year after year, the current economic recession has Florida in its sights. A perennial leader in housing and population growth, the Sunshine State has clouded over as the building boom became a bust. In a state where “growth” was an industry unto itself, suddenly the saws and hammers are silent as retirees are rethinking their ability to relocate to Florida's balmy climes. Along with the residential growth that had long fueled Florida's ...
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