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The omicron variant may present a serious challenge for state leaders. Most governors have yet to comment, but some Republicans are speaking out, especially those with ambitions for higher political office. NPR's Greg Allen reports.

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For two weeks now, rescue workers in Surfside, Fla., have been removing concrete rubble from a site that used to be a condominium building.

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The federal government just launched an ambitious effort to try and preserve one of Florida's endangered coral reefs. It aims to restore 3 million square feet after decades of decline. Here's NPR's Greg Allen.

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The Biden administration has announced it's extending temporary protected status to Venezuelans in the U.S. Hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans who have fled the political and economic turmoil of their home country can now legally remain—and work—here.
NPR's Greg Allen reports the order affects more than 300-thousand Venezuelans, many of whom live in Florida.

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President Trump recently signed an order extending a ban on drilling in U.S. waters in the Atlantic. But in the Bahamas, a small company has received permission to begin doing exploratory drilling just 150 miles from the Florida coast.

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