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Crist: Obama's plan "could be (of) help to Florida

Asked about whether he was with his fellow Republicans -- who all voted against the federal stimulus package this week, Gov. Charlie Crist told MSNBC today: "in some ways.

"You know, as the governor of Florida, I'm concerned about what infrastructure projects can be supported by this plan, how we can help education, how we can help with health care for the most vulnerable in our society," Crist said. "We have a deficit in our budget that we're facing in our session coming up in March, and it looks like this could be help to Florida if done right."

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