Congress has provided little assistance to fight Zika, but cases continue to spread in Florida. What now? (Photo: iStock)

At 7:30 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 29, Miami started another day on the front lines of America’s fight against the Zika virus. Dozens of pickup trucks pulled out of Miami-Dade County’s mosquito-control department, west of the airport, carrying fumigation equipment that blankets city streets in clouds of bug-killing fog.

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