Politics & Government

October 12, 2009

Florida Gov. Crist may leave a mixed legacy

Gov. Charlie Crist says he doesn't think much about his legacy. To hear his critics talk, perhaps it's just as well. As the first Florida governor to forgo a re-election bid, Crist has little more than a year left in his term. Already, the Republican's tenure appears destined to be marked by incomplete grades on issues such as property insurance, health coverage for the uninsured, climate change and the economy.

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