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THE BUZZ: FLORIDA POLITICS

Hector Montiel reads Granma, a state-controlled tabloid that is Cuba's leading newspaper, on Tenerife Street in Havana, Cuba, last month. Residents of the towns that were home to the Republican presidential hopeful's relatives take issue with his Cuba policy, if they are aware of him at all. "If Marco Rubio becomes president, we're done for," Montiel said. [New York Times]

Little affinity for Marco Rubio in Cuba despite family roots

CABAIGUÁN, Cuba — In the lush countryside and teeming city neighborhoods where U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio's family cut sugar cane, toiled in tobacco mills and scraped by to make a better life for their children, the first Cuban-American to have a plausible chance to become president of the United States is the island's  …

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