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Disney Scraps Florida Campus Plans, Shutters Hotel Amid DeSantis Feud

The campus would have relocated more than 2,000 employees to the town of Lake Nona

By Wall Street Journal

Walt Disney Co. is reversing course on a nearly $900 million corporate campus and shutting down a costly new hotel amid growing tensions with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis. WSJ’s Jacob Passy explains the company’s decisions. Photo: Octavio Jones/Reuters

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