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Zika battle: Officials delay spraying controversial insecticide Naled

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Miami-Dade County officials have delayed the spraying of a controversial insecticide called Naled to battle the Zika virus following concerns by residents. Meanwhile, Republican Rep. David Jolly brought a jar of Zika-free mosquitoes to the floor of the House to dramatize his condemnation of Congress for failing to pass anti-Zika legislation.