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Florida migration patterns show boom has slowed

Through analysis of IRS data from 1999-2000 and 2004-05, St. Petersburg Times reporters James Thorner and Dana Oppenheim looked at the huge migration of people and income to Florida from other states in the first half of the decade, mapping the myriad locations from which people arrived. The analysis found that surprisingly, hot spots for Tampa Bay were other major cities in Florida and places in the Northeast. However, this trend might be changing.

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