Fane Lozman stands on his property in Riviera Beach in February. Lozman won a 2013 U.S. Supreme Court case that affirmed that his house boat was a home and not a vessel. Lozman stands on property where he hopes to build a floating community of homes.
Fane Lozman stands on his property in Riviera Beach in February. Lozman won a 2013 U.S. Supreme Court case that affirmed that his house boat was a home and not a vessel. Lozman stands on property where he hopes to build a floating community of homes. Curt Anderson AP
Fane Lozman stands on his property in Riviera Beach in February. Lozman won a 2013 U.S. Supreme Court case that affirmed that his house boat was a home and not a vessel. Lozman stands on property where he hopes to build a floating community of homes. Curt Anderson AP

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