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Task Force Takes On Bullying

Posted: 01/30/2012 - Members of the community including students, parents and politicians spoke on ways to combat bullying in Florida schools.

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Jackson County EMS Trains During Mock Shooting

Posted: 01/30/2012 - It had all the makings of a real commission meeting. There were even residents in the room, but it wasn't real. Everyone was there to learn what to do during a shooting situation.

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"Buying Local" May Go Bye-Bye

Posted: 01/30/2012 - A bill preventing local governments from applying "buy local" provisions to construction contracts in which state funds are used passed the Senate Community Affairs Committee on Monday, with backers saying such local ordinances raise prices and cost taxpayers money.

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Large Republican Turnout Expected

Updated: 03/02/2012 - More than 600,000 Republicans have already cast early or absentee ballots and the GOP is hoping to exceed the 1.9 million Republican voters who cast a ballot in the 2008 Presidential Preference Primary. This is also the first election since some changes were made to the law.

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Drug Ban Passes First Committee Test

Updated: 01/30/2012 - Legislation to close loopholes in a 2011 law to ban synthetic drugs passed its first committee stop this afternoon. Last year lawmakers crafted legislation to ban bath salts and other synthetic drugs, but drug manufactures have slightly altered the chemicals in their products and now lawmakers are back to ban them.

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Three Cheers for Gadsden County

Posted: 01/30/2012 - Students, teachers and administrators in Gadsden County are celebrating after receiving the latest school-performance numbers.

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Florida AG Urged to Get Tough on Foreclosure Deal

Posted: 01/30/2012 - Religious and community groups are urging Attorney General Pam Bondi to take a tougher stance on a proposed settlement with the nation's five largest mortgage lenders over deceptive foreclosure practices.

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Committee Kills Change to Florida Election Law

Posted: 01/30/2012 - A Senate committee failed to pass a change to state elections law that would have prohibited electronic terminals that some voting officials use to swipe driver's licenses to verify voter eligibility.

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DCF "Year in Review" Highlights "Dramatic" Improvements

Posted: 01/30/2012 - Florida Department of Children and Families Secretary David Wilkins announces the release of the agency’s annual report, a new publication providing Floridians with an update on the work and progress made at the Department.

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