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Florida GOP fundraisers locked in business dispute

It’s a legal battle between two titans in Florida Republican fundraising circles, and tens of millions of dollars are at stake: Zach Zachariah, a Broward County cardiologist who has raised millions of dollars for GOP candidates, versus A.K. Desai, a St. Petersburg insurance executive and the Florida Republican party’s new finance chairman.

Zachariah filed a lawsuit Friday in Miami-Dade circuit court accusing Desai of freezing him out of their jointly owned company and costing him millions of dollars by diluting his ownership share.

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