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Internet Cafes: What's Next?

Posted: 03/17/2012 - Lawmakers ended the legislative session without an agreement on how to handle the state’s newest gaming businesses; internet cafes. The cafes exist as sweepstakes through a loophole in state law. Without legislation to regulate them, city and county governments will have to spend another year deciding where the businesses can operate.

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Weekly Roundup: Lawmakers Back for Redistricting

Posted: 03/16/2012 - Lawmakers mission? Redraw at least a handful of state Senate districts that the Florida Supreme Court said did not adhere to a constitutional amendment meant to ensure that the most political of processes the redrawing of political boundaries was done in a non-political manner.

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Pension Case Headed directly to Florida Supreme Court

Posted: 03/16/2012 - In another setback to Gov. Rick Scott and the other defendants, and another victory for Florida’s public workers, the First District Court of Appeal has granted the Florida Education Association’s request that last week’s pension decision be certified directly to the Florida Supreme Court for final determination.

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High-Scoring Godby Student

Updated: 03/16/2012 - A Godby student has a special certification that no other student has in Leon County.

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TCC’s AMTC Launches Aviation Ground School

Posted: 03/16/2012 - Tallahassee Community College’s Advanced Manufacturing Training Center (AMTC) has announced it will launch an aviation ground school in April 2012.

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State Part to Host Wild Azalea Festival

Posted: 03/16/2012 - The Florida Department of Environmental Protection's Nature and Heritage Tourism Center, Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park and the Special Events Committee for the Town of White Springs will host the Twelfth Annual White Springs Wild Azalea Festival on Saturday, March 17.

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Session Wrap Up: Environmental Issues

Posted: 03/16/2012 - Septic tank legislation, state permitting changes and millions of dollars for Everglades restoration and land-buying capped off a relatively under-the-radar session for environmental issues.

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FAMU Anti-Hazing Committee Meets - SLIDESHOW

Posted: 03/17/2012 - The committee will not examine or investigate recent hazing incidents, rather identify short-term and long-term strategies to try to eradicate hazing at FAMU.

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Some Big Bend Drivers Pay More for Fuel By Choice

Updated: 03/16/2012 - Despite the high price of gas nowadays, some drivers are choosing an alternative that's even more expensive. But that's because it's ethanol-free, and drivers filling up there say the higher price is well worth it in the long run.

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FAMU Way Extension Project Meeting

Posted: 03/16/2012 - Dozens of concerned residents voiced their opinions about a project that would change the face of South Tallahassee, near FAMU campus.

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Special Session Price Tag

Posted: 03/15/2012 - Taxpayers will pay hundreds of thousands of dollars for lawmakers to redraw the senate district map. The map was declared unconstitutional last Friday, so lawmakers have to meet in special session to fix it. If lawmakers would have acted faster, they could have saved taxpayers thousands of dollars.

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