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Hotel taxes make gains even sans Super Bowl

Miami-Dade hotel taxes managed a tiny increase in February compared to the previous year, despite the absence of the Super Bowl. Broward hotel tax collections took a hit though, dropping 6 percent.

Go here for economy reporter Doug Hanks' take on the tax situation.

And for a look at what the recession did to the tourism industry (courtesy of the Economic Time Machine), check out this report.

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