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College Students Fear Elections Bill

Updated: 04/22/2011 - The House is poised to pass legislation aimed at reducing voter fraud this afternoon. The bill forces people who update their voter registration information on Election Day to cast a provisional ballot and college students fear that change would keep their vote from counting.

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Pregnant Inmates' Rights

Updated: 04/21/2011 - Pregnant inmates may soon be guaranteed the ability to wave their arms or grip a bed post while they give birth.

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Mothers for Mother Earth Encourages Recycling

Updated: 04/21/2011 - Mothers for Mother Earth is raising awareness about recycling and being kind to mother earth, and they are teaming up with Recycle Tech Corp to do so.

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Local Corrections Officer Arrested on Drug Charges

Updated: 04/22/2011 - The Florida Department of Corrections announced the April 20, 2011 arrest of Jarius Isaiah Edwards, a correctional officer at Jefferson Correctional Institution for intent to sell 100 Hydrocodone pills and 11 grams of cocaine.

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Leaders Differ on Thurston, But Agree on Redistricting Silence

Posted: 04/21/2011 - House Democrats continued pushing April 20th for their leader on redistricting to be appointed to the committee charged with redrawing the state’s political boundaries, as the process opened with warnings to lawmakers to limit their public comments on the once-a-decade undertaking.

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Elections Bill Set to Pass After GOP Beats Amendments

Posted: 04/21/2011 - Supporters of the measure (HB 1355) portrayed the bill -- which stands at more than 4,000 lines after the approval of some Republican amendments -- as an effort to tighten up standards and cut off potential fraud allegations ahead of an expected close presidential election in 2012.

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One Year Later Hope Returns, Challenges Remain

Posted: 04/21/2011 - Gov. Rick Scott spent the first anniversary of the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill disaster eating seafood and walking along Florida’s sugar sand Panhandle beaches in a marketing effort to get visitors back to the region that lost more than $1 billion in tourism business alone following the disaster.

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House Committee Advances Abortion Measures

Posted: 04/21/2011 - When the federal health overhaul fully kicks in, Florida residents and small businesses will have a new avenue for buying health insurance, leading lawmakers to move to ban those policies from covering abortions.

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BP Sues Rig Owner for $40B; Blames it for Disaster

Posted: 04/20/2011 - BP is suing Transocean for at least $40 billion in damages, accusing the rig owner of causing last year's deadly blowout in the Gulf of Mexico that led to the worst offshore oil spill in U.S. history.

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A.J. Graham Files Wrongful Arrest Suit Against TPD

Updated: 04/20/2011 - Former Godby High School football star and All-State quarterback A.J. Graham, Jr., who won the 2009 “Mr. Florida Football Award,” filed a civil rights suit today against the City of Tallahassee Police Department for his wrongful arrest.

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E.C.H.O. Says Budget Could Cut Them at the Knees

Updated: 04/20/2011 - Community leaders gathered at the Emergency Care and Help Organization(E.C.H.O.) food pantry in Tallahassee on Wednesday to send a message to Governor Rick Scott.

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Drilling Support Rises on Spill Anniversary

Posted: 04/20/2011 - Just weeks after the worst oil disaster in US history, support for coastal drilling in Florida dropped to 40 percent. Today, one year after the beginning of the disaster, drilling support has climbed to 60 percent. The fear of four dollar a gallon gas has changed minds.

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Magnolia School Gets New Bus

Updated: 04/20/2011 - The Magnolia School can replace its 22-year-old school bus thanks to a grant from Bealls Department Stores, Inc.

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