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The largest landholder in the Florida Panhandle is suffering huge losses due to the BP oil spill. And it’s looking for someone to pay. The St. Joe Company , a real estate developer in Florida that owns 577,000 acres of land near the Gulf Coast, filed a suit against Halliburton Co. on Aug. 4, asking for more than $1 billion in damages.

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