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Employee Time Tracking System Helped put FDOC in Crosshairs

Posted: 02/07/2012 - Senate Budget Chairman JD Alexander's move to privatize an entire swath of the state prison system is motivated at least a little by the prison agency's seeming lack of interest in something he's been trying to get corrections officials to do for two years.

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Study: High-Speed Rail Would Have Made Money

Posted: 02/07/2012 - The governor's office has said Scott was "verbally briefed" on highlights of the study before it was completed, but stands by his decision.

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Celebrating FSU Day at the Capitol

Updated: 02/07/2012 - Today is FSU Day at the Florida capitol. It's become a popular tradition during the legislative session. Those who love the university say it's a wonderful opportunity to bring Florida State to Seminole friends in the legislature.

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JCSO Investigators Need Your Help to Solve String of Burglaries

Updated: 02/07/2012 - Jackson County Sheriff's investigators are looking for the people responsible for a string of burglaries. They believe the same thieves could be responsible for breaking into as many as a dozen homes. The break-ins happened over a 3-day period last week.

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Sweeping Charter Bill Passes After Building Debate

Posted: 02/06/2012 - A sweeping charter school measure passed through the Senate Education Committee on Monday after a heated debate over a provision that would require school districts to give some construction money to public charter schools.

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Health Department Overhaul Bill Passes House Panel

Posted: 02/06/2012 - A bill that would shift public-health responsibilities from the state to the counties and affect 12,000 state Department of Health employees has cleared a House panel.

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Biden Touts College Plan at FSU

Updated: 02/06/2012 - Vice President Joe Biden is in Florida today to discuss plans to lower the cost of college. The average Florida student graduates with 20-thousand dollars in student loan debt and another tuition hike is being discussed in Tallahassee.

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Taxes on Desks and Chairs Could Go Away

Updated: 02/06/2012 - Florida businesses could see several tax breaks from state lawmakers this year. Among them, a property tax on business items such as desks, chairs, or computers.The current taxing system could be keeping some business owners from expanding.

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Public Info Made Easy

Updated: 02/07/2012 - The highest paid Florida university-worker makes over 1 million dollars a year. That's according to the most up-to-date government data. A new website helps you find public information like that much easier.

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Gaines Street Revitalization Update

Posted: 02/06/2012 - This weekend (Feb. 11-12), there will be a partial intersection closure at Gaines Street and Railroad Avenue to allow crews to connect the duct banks from the east and west sides of the road.

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