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Florida's University Budget Woes

Posted: 02/24/2012 - The funding fate of Florida’s 11 public universities now rests with budget writers in the House and Senate. Negotiations begin next week.

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Weekly Roundup - The Future is Now

Posted: 02/24/2012 - The Senate this week passed a budget for the coming year but some of its members were focused on another year in the future as those who want to be Senate president down the road intensified their maneuvering.

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Pension Feud

Posted: 02/24/2012 - A hearing on the state pension lawsuit set for today was cancelled. Monday makes four months since a judge heard a challenge to the state requirement that employees contribute three percent of their salaries to their pensions. After the requirement took effect in July, employees called it an illegal pay cut, and took the case to court.

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Slain Drum Major's Kin Worried Over Investigation

Posted: 02/24/2012 - The parents of a Florida A&M University drum major are concerned because the investigation into his hazing death three months ago in Orlando has not produced any arrests.

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Governor Scott Talks Economy

Posted: 02/24/2012 - Governor Scott has some economy-boosting ideas. He shared them with mayors and community leaders from across Florida today

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Amendment: Open More Trauma Centers

Posted: 02/24/2012 - Amid an industry fight about new trauma centers in Clay, Pasco and Manatee counties, a House committee approved a bill that would eliminate limits on the number of trauma centers in the state.

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Sandusky Scandal Leads to Report Requirement in FL Bill

Posted: 02/24/2012 - Taking a cue from the sexual abuse scandal at Penn State University, a Florida House committee approved a bill that would impose hefty fines if college administrators or police do not report child abuse or neglect.

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Leon County Sheriff’s Office Earns Reaccreditation

Posted: 02/24/2012 - On February 23, 2012, the Leon County Sheriff’s Office was reaccredited and received the prestigious Excelsior award from the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation (CFA).

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Communications Tax, a "Rubik's Cube," Stalls in Senate

Posted: 02/24/2012 - A move to modernize the state's Communications Services Tax stalled in the Senate with the Senate sponsor saying she wants time to solve the "Rubik's cube" of changes needed to address advances in technology that have outpaced the state's ability to tax it.

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TCC Black History Celebration

Posted: 02/24/2012 - Tallahassee Community College continued its celebration of Black History Thursday.

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