A man accused of trying to "blow up" Gov. Jeb Bush will have those charges dropped if he stays out of trouble for the next year and a half.
Forty-six-year-old Nathan Stewart was arrested in August, accused of threatening to strap a bomb to his body and attend the governor's next meeting.
He told investigators he was angry at the governor for privatizing Medicare and making it difficult to get his medication.
Prosecutors recently signed a deferred prosecution deal with Stewart, which means if he abides by a long list of conditions for the next 18 months, including taking medication and attending counseling, the felony charges will be dropped.
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