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WASHINGTON — Gov. Rick Scott, who has been trying to raise his profile on the burning issue of flood insurance, got a prime opportunity Monday in a meeting with President Barack Obama.

Flood insurance rates have sharply increased for many Floridians due to a 2012 law that some members of Congress are now trying to reverse. But Scott, a Republican running for re-election, has for weeks tried to pin blame and responsibility on Obama.

“We’ve been asking the president to use his pen and stop these unreasonable, unfair increases,” Scott told reporters on a windy street corner a few blocks from the White House, after the governors met with the president.

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