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Pinterest As students across the nation rev up for Spring Break vacations, some might be wondering which beach front locations will suit them best. Student David Hogg suggested on Twitter that one way to force Florida to pass gun control legislations is to withhold tourism money from the state. He then tweeted another option for Spring Break dollars: Manuel Laboy, secretary of the Department of Economic Development and Commerce, told Fast Company that if people want to help Puerto Rico, one of the ways to boost their economy is by vacationing there.
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