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Crunch Time at the Capitol

Updated: 05/06/2011 - Lawmakers have until midnight tonight to cast final votes on the state budget and head home, but before they do, there's a flurry of decision-making to be done on some of the session's most divisive issues.

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Legislature Passes Overhaul of State Courts

Posted: 05/05/2011 - Florida lawmakers have put a watered down court-system overhaul on the November 2012 ballot, where it'll need 60 percent voter approval.

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Thomas abd Friends Coming to Tallahassee

Posted: 05/05/2011 - Thomas & Friends Live! On Stage in “Thomas Saves the Day,” a live touring stage show, opens on May 19 at the Tallahassee-Leon County Civic Center for one performance.

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FWC Seeks Continued Angler Participation For Tarpon Study

Posted: 05/05/2011 - Biologists with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s (FWC) Fish and Wildlife Research Institute and Mote Marine Laboratory ask anglers to gather valuable information for the Tarpon Genetic Recapture Study.

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[UPDATE] Senate Sends Abortion Measures to Gov. Scott

Posted: 05/05/2011 - The Republican-led Florida Senate sent two more abortion bills to Gov. Rick Scott on Thursday after a veteran lawmaker scolded her colleagues for failing to create more jobs or shore up the state's dismal housing market by spending too much time and money arguing about abortion.

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Local Man Arrested For Transporting Minor He Met Online

Updated: 05/05/2011 - On Thursday, May 5, 2011 The Quincy Police Department arrested James Tommy Carter, Jr., 37, of Quincy, Florida after Carter drove 1,200 miles to Omaha, Nebraska and picked up a 17 year old teenager he met on-line and transported her back to his home in Quincy, Florida.

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[UPDATE] Fla. Voters to Get Obamacare Question

Posted: 05/05/2011 - In what likely will be a fierce partisan battle, Floridians next year will vote on a proposed constitutional amendment that targets President Obama’s signature health-care law.

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Lock 'Em Up Less Bills Quietly Advancing in Florida

Posted: 05/05/2011 - From civil citations for juveniles instead of lock-up to loosened restrictions allowing former inmates to find work, bills aimed at decreasing Florida’s prison population are sailing toward passage.

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