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A tale of two Florida beaches

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No economic sector has been hit harder by the Gulf oil spill than tourism. And no state relies more heavily on it than Florida.

Along the nearly 900 miles of Florida's coastline, the cities of Clearwater Beach, on the Gulf, and Daytona Beach, on the Atlantic, stand like bookends.

They are similar in many ways, but now the threat of oil has made them feel very different. Andy Gallacher reports.

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