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The state of Florida started generating public records in 1849 and these records usually include information from 67 counties. Both third party and government websites have increasingly carried these records online as digitization has become the standard for public records. This increase access helps to ensure Florida abides by the commitment of the United States of America to remain a fair and just society for all.
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