LAKELAND, Fla. -- First it was Anita Bryant. Now it's Rush Limbaugh. The Florida Citrus Commission here is embroiled in a controversy the likes of which it hasn't seen since 1977 when Florida orange juice spokeswoman and former Miss America contestant Anita Bryant made national headlines for starting an anti-gay campaign. As a result of her campaign, gays and their supporters protested the citrus commission's contract with Bryant and initiated nationwide boycotts of Florida orange juice. ...

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