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In Memory Of: Ghost Bikes of Tallahassee

Posted: 02/22/2012 - Traffic safety week applies to motorists as well as cyclists. Bicycle crashes impact the planning of roads we travel everyday. Listen to the tragic story of a local cyclist, and how accidents like his can be prevented.

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AMIKids Says Thanks

Updated: 02/21/2012 - A group of teenagers got the opportunity to tell legislators face to face "thanks."

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House Panel OKs Revamped Drug-Testing Bill

Posted: 02/21/2012 - The House Appropriations Committee has cleared a revised version of a measure that allows state agencies to randomly drug-test employees.

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Committee Approves Unlimited Tuition Hikes

Updated: 02/21/2012 - Two Florida universities could soon have the authority to raise tuition as much as they want. A bill removing the tuition rate cap for schools that meet certain criteria passed the House Education Committee today. So far only FSU and UF qualify. If the bill passes incoming freshman at UF and FSU may pay as much as 30 percent more.

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Ruling Suggests Broad Redistricting Case

Posted: 02/21/2012 - With about a week to go until oral arguments before the Florida Supreme Court over the state's plan for legislative redistricting, justices are already fighting about how far the court can go in reviewing the new maps.

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FSU Professor to Lead Local Mentoring Program

Posted: 02/21/2012 - Florida State University College of Social Work Professor Eyitayo Onifade is spearheading a new outreach program, Construction-Coaching Opportunities to Reach Employment (C-CORE), to mentor disadvantaged youth in the Big Bend on careers in residential construction.

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GOP Salutes Women

Updated: 02/21/2012 - Republicans celebrated the women of the GOP. For those in attendance, it was a great way to network and prepare for the November elections.

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Senator Kills House Bill

Updated: 02/21/2012 - Senator Don Gaetz was worried that House Bill 7123 would be misconstrued by redistricting opponents. The bill would grant legislatures immunity in civil lawsuits.

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Proposed Lawmaker Immunity Dead for This Year

Posted: 02/20/2012 - House leadership has killed a proposal that would have allowed state lawmakers to wrap themselves in absolute immunity from having to testify in civil lawsuits.

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Florida Senate Panel Clears Foreclosure Bill

Posted: 02/20/2012 - A Senate panel has cleared a bill that aims to streamline and speed up the state's foreclosure process. But critics say a sped-up process will infringe on homeowners' rights.

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USF President, Senate Budget Chairman Discuss Fate of School

Posted: 02/20/2012 - USF President Judy Genshaft was in Tallahassee today pleading her case that the University of South Florida not be penalized in budget cuts this year. Both Genshaft and State Senator J.D. Alexander say their meeting was fruitful.

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