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APNewsBreak: U.S. Opposes Ruling on Lawyer Fees

Updated: 01/13/2012 - The question of lawyers' fees is contentious. Louisiana's attorney general and lawyers working to settle clients' claims outside of court claim Barbier's fee structure unfairly rewards trial lawyers.

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Tallahassee Sports Council Opens Second Grant Cycle

Posted: 01/13/2012 - The Tallahassee Sports Council, a program of Visit Tallahassee – a division of Leon County Tourism Development, is currently accepting grant applications for the second cycle of sporting events

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Putnam: Florida Should be Leader in Renewable Energy

Posted: 01/13/2012 - Florida Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam outlined a series of energy proposals dealing with renewable sources and diversification in what is expected to become the grist for legislation in the weeks ahead.

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Lawmakers Consider Public Hospital Measures

Posted: 01/13/2012 - A House panel approved a bill that would lead to circuit judges reviewing the sales or leases of public hospitals, amid signs that opposition to the proposal could be evaporating.

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Towing One of Their Own

Posted: 01/13/2012 - Quincy woman escorted to her final resting place with a tow truck processional.

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Scared of Friday the 13th?

Updated: 01/13/2012 - No matter how we feel other days of the year, Friday the 13th is a date that strikes fear in many of us.

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Marianna Police Investigating Burglary

Posted: 01/12/2012 - The Marianna Police Department continued to investigate Thursday a burglary that happened at Jackson Hospital's pharmacy overnight Monday.

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Bill Gives Governor Clout Over Workforce Boards

Posted: 01/12/2012 - Prompted by stories of financial mismanagement and super hero capes purchased for job hunters, a House panel on Thursday approved a measure giving the governor more control over regional workforce boards and their members.

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No Longer Caylee’s Law, Punishment for Lying Parents on the Move

Posted: 01/12/2012 - Giving false information to police about a missing child could soon land someone behind bars for a long time. Legislation heard by House and Senate Committees today in Tallahassee makes it a felony with a possible five years in prison to mislead police, but the sentences could be a whole lot longer.

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Malcolm X's Daughter Speaks at FSU

Posted: 01/12/2012 - Ambassador Attallah Shabazz encourages audiences to take action during Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. commemoration week

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