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Florida Legislature

NPR's Debbie Elliott reports on what role the Florida legislature may take in deciding where the state's electoral votes should go. Yesterday's state Supreme Court decision to allow three predominantly Democratic counties to continue with their hand recount was a blow to the Bush campaign. But the legislature, which is dominated by Republicans, has its own options, including the possibility of deciding on its own who gets the state's 25 electoral votes.

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