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Brody Battle Comes to End

Posted: 03/09/2012 - After a decade of legal and political fights, Florida senators gave final approval to a $10.75 million claims bill that would compensate Eric Brody for brain injuries he suffered in a 1998 car crash with a Broward County sheriff's deputy.

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High School Sports Bill Crosses Goal Line in Senate

Posted: 03/09/2012 - A bill curbing the authority of the Florida High School Athletic Association to sideline transferring students narrowly passed the Senate, sending it to Gov. Rick Scott for his signature.

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Franklin, Madison and Taylor Counties to Benefit from TMH Foundation and ACS

Posted: 03/09/2012 - The Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare Foundation, on behalf of the Tallahassee Memorial Cancer Center, is pleased to announce it is a recipient of the American Cancer Society (ACS), Florida Division's Community Education Grant Program to Address Cancer Disparities, FY 2011-12.

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KidCare for State Workers Still a Possibility

Posted: 03/09/2012 - While the Senate has passed legislation to make state workers' children eligible for low-cost health insurance, a House companion hasn't been heard, with backers of the idea saying the state is risking losing millions in federal funds for not making it easier to enroll families in the KidCare program.

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Opponents Looking for Vote to Beat Failing School Bill

Posted: 03/09/2012 - Democrats are looking to the Senate and a rogue set of lawmakers to help them defeat an education bill they think is a giveaway to the charter school industry at the expense of public schools.

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Gov.Scott Clearly in PIP Fight Now

Posted: 03/09/2012 - Gov. Rick Scott got more assertive in the no-fault auto insurance fray, backing a House measure over a Senate plan he says won't save the state money.

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Local Farmers Attend Workshop

Updated: 03/09/2012 - Local farmers took part in a training session for the Farmer's Market Nutrition Program.

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Caylee’s Law Headed to Governor

Updated: 03/08/2012 - Legislation inspired by the Casey Anthony saga unanimously passed the Florida Senate this afternoon and is about to become a state law. The bill would make it a felony for parents to lie to police about their missing child. As Whitney Ray tells us, if the bill were law during the Casey Anthony Trial, she might be in prison for 20 years.

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Protesters Rally for the Middle Class

Updated: 03/08/2012 - Hundreds of Floridians say lawmakers are crippling the middle class. They joined at the capitol today as a unified front.

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