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OIR to Conduct Public Hearings on Citizens Rate Proposal

Updated: 08/13/2011 - The Office of Insurance Regulation will hold a public hearing next month in Tampa on proposed increases in homeowners and sinkhole insurance rates for the state's largest insurer that have stunned some customers with their magnitude.

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AHCA Seeks Another Extension in Medicaid Talks

Updated: 08/13/2011 - The Florida Agency for Health Care Administration on Friday asked for another temporary extension to negotiate with federal officials on continuing a controversial Medicaid pilot program.

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Man Guilty in Fatal Home Invasion

Posted: 08/12/2011 - A Gainesville man has been convicted of killing a woman last year during a home invasion robbery.

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Weekly Roundup: Courts, Personnel Decisions Dominate the Week

Posted: 08/12/2011 - It was a week full of legal maneuverings, from a major ruling in the battle over the landmark health-care law passed last year to a series of controversies over attorneys leaving the attorney general's office.

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Land Parcels to be Swapped Between Seminole Boosters and University

Posted: 08/12/2011 - Governor Rick Scott and the Florida Cabinet are being asked to approve a land swap Tuesday that would give the "Seminole Boosters" a prime piece of property to develop an entertainment and housing project adjacent to the Florida State University campus.

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FAMU Alumna Frances Wooten Scruggs Succumbs

Posted: 08/12/2011 - Florida A&M University (FAMU) alumnus and a former student body president Frances Wooten Scruggs passed away on Aug. 1 in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. She was 90.

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Textbooks Not Tax Free

Updated: 08/12/2011 - During this sales tax holiday weekend you can save on paper, pencils and clothes, but one item required for college students going back to school didn't make the list.

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Stop on Red

Updated: 08/12/2011 - "Stop on Red Week" spotlights the dangers of running red lights.

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Florida Adept at Adoptions

Posted: 08/12/2011 - 14-thousand foster kids now have permanent homes thanks to efforts by the Department of Children and Families and charity organizations.

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Judge Outlines Plan for Trial Over Gulf Oil Spill

Posted: 08/12/2011 - A federal judge has outlined his plan for conducting a trial designed to assign percentages of fault to the companies sued over last year's deadly Deepwater Horizon rig explosion and Gulf oil spill.

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Gov. Scott Goes Shopping

Updated: 08/12/2011 - Florida Governor Rick Scott's visit to an Orlando-area Walmart to promote the state's back-to-school tax holiday has been met with a handful of hecklers and protesters.

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Gov. Scott Defends Utilizing Low-Cost Health Care Plan

Posted: 08/12/2011 - Governor Rick Scott responded to criticism that he participates in Florida's taxpayer-subsidized health care insurance plan for state employees by saying that he takes part in the same plan as all state workers.

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FSU President: Talk of Move to the SEC Unfounded

Posted: 08/12/2011 - Florida State University President Eric Barron says he's heard the rumors that the Seminoles are moving to the Southeastern Conference and says that's all they are at the moment -- rumors.

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Adoptions of Children in Foster Care Last Year

Posted: 08/12/2011 - Over the last four years, Florida has found adoptive families for nearly 14,000 foster care children — more than 3,000 of those were adopted last year alone.

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LPS Lawyer Defends Move, Says Uninvolved in Foreclosure Probe

Posted: 08/12/2011 - A former state government lawyer now working for a firm under investigation by the state in a foreclosure fraud case said Thursday that he had nothing to do with foreclosures while he worked in the attorney general's office.

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Post-Shuttle, Space Coast Seeks New Identity

Posted: 08/12/2011 - As the home of Kennedy Space Center, Brevard County has long and enthusiastically embraced its status as one of the epicenters of the space industry. But now that the space shuttle program has ended, the area is struggling to define itself.

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Former Long-Term Care Ombudsman Sues Over Dismissal

Posted: 08/12/2011 - The state's former long-term care ombudsman has filed a lawsuit against the Florida Department of Elder Affairs and two industry groups, alleging retaliation that stemmed from his oversight of nursing homes.

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