Florida Gov. Rick Scott, pictured here in Miami in August, wants to retaliate against seaports that sign business agreements with the Cuban government.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott, pictured here in Miami in August, wants to retaliate against seaports that sign business agreements with the Cuban government. Alan Diaz AP
Florida Gov. Rick Scott, pictured here in Miami in August, wants to retaliate against seaports that sign business agreements with the Cuban government. Alan Diaz AP

Governor wants funds cut for South Florida ports that ink Cuba deals

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