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Topic - Hampton
The handmade blue and yellow scarves that filled a cardboard box at The Cornerstone Cottage in Hampton were on a special mission.
One town in Florida is reportedly so corrupt — with one police officer for every 25 people, and a long record of issuing traffic tickets simply to raise government revenues — that lawmakers are mulling a plan to wipe it off the map.
Florida lawmakers have given a one-square-mile city a month to prove it is righting itself after a state audit found widespread violations of city, state and federal laws.
As he turned the corner, he looked over to a pack of reporters and said, "We even messed up my bracket."