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Florida Gulf Claims Top $2 Billion

Posted: 08/18/2011 - Florida individuals and businesses have so far received more than $2 billion in payouts because of the BP oil spill but the going may get tougher for some with federal overseers having earlier this week tightened requirements for future payments under the $20 billion program.

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Famed Artist's Mosaics Set to Arrive in Tallahassee

Updated: 08/19/2011 - Each weighing approximately as much as a baby elephant, the City of Tallahassee will welcome six Anton Refregier’s “Explorer” mosaic tile murals arriving from South Florida.

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Jax Outer Beltway First of New Toll Highways

Posted: 08/18/2011 - As promised, the state began an ambitious new toll road-building push, announcing the beginning of a long-wanted Jacksonville outer beltway that will be paid for by drivers.

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Oil Sheen in Gulf, Source Unknown

Posted: 08/18/2011 - A new oil sheen has been spotted in the Gulf of Mexico, although energy company BP says the discovery has nothing to do with its operations and is far from the site of its disaster-hit Macondo well.

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[UPDATE] After Miami, NCAA Considers 'Fundamental Change"

Posted: 08/18/2011 - Miami football coach Al Golden says his team is recovering from the shock of scandalous allegations hitting the program and sparking talk from the NCAA for "fundamental change" in college sports.

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Florida Gun Laws Under Fire

Updated: 08/18/2011 - Every city and county government in Florida is being encouraged to review its laws concerning firearms. A handful of counties are considering challenging the law in court.

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Hospital Funding Crisis

Updated: 08/17/2011 - Hospitals can't turn you away under the law. In Florida, it's the public hospitals that care for the majority of the uninsured. However, some lawmakers are now accusing hospitals of playing favorites.

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Future of Low Income Pool Program Uncertain

Posted: 08/17/2011 - Florida health officials remain uncertain about the future of a program that funnels $1 billion a year to hospitals and other medical providers --- or whether the state will have a fallback if the program is eliminated.

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"College Town" Coming to Tallahassee?

Updated: 08/18/2011 - There's long been a push for more retailers and restaurants in downtown Tallahassee, and now imagine if you had all of that within walking distance of Doak Campbell Stadium on game day.

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Scott 1-1 in Courts

Posted: 08/17/2011 - Rick Scott has lost his first court battle. The Florida Supreme Court ruled Scott overstepped his authority by freezing new agency rules. Rulings in five more cases are pending. Plaintiffs in those cases are confident Scott’s losing streak will continue.

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