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Changes To Gun Law Sought

Updated: 01/12/2012 - This past October, every local gun ordinance went away as the state assumed all responsibility for where guns can and cannot be carried with a concealed weapons permit. One county is suing and two state lawmakers say there are glitches in the law that need to be fixed.

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PIP Bill Passes First Committee

Posted: 01/11/2012 - Legislation to eliminate fraud from personal injury protection or PIP insurance was voted through its first committee today. Its passage came over protests about how the legislation would impact emergency rooms throughout the state. If the bill passes, opponents say ER wait times will lengthen.

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FSU's National Hero Tribute

Updated: 01/11/2012 - Hundreds gathered at the Leon County Courthouse Wednesday afternoon.1-11 to honor members of the community for their work with civil rights.

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Freaky Friday for Felines

Posted: 01/11/2012 - Are you worried this Friday will bring you only bad fortune? Well, bad luck will surely turn away if you make a trip to the Tallahassee-Leon Animal Service Center (ASC)! They have the cure for your paraskevidekatriaphobia.

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DCF Releases Contractor Report Card

Posted: 01/11/2012 - The Department of Children and Families and the Florida Coalition for Children (FCC) unveiled a "Scorecard" targeted at measuring success as the nation’s preeminent social service network continues to evolve and protect Florida's families every day.

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Observing National Human Trafficking Awareness Day

Posted: 01/11/2012 - The Florida Department of Children and Families and the Department of Juvenile Justice will be handing out blue ribbons to legislators in observance of National Human Trafficking Awareness Day.

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Scott: We're On Our Way Back

Posted: 01/11/2012 - The state of the state is improving, Gov. Rick Scott argued in his second annual address to lawmakers, a blend of optimism that Florida is already coming back and a plea for support to continue to make it a sunnier place for business.

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Senate Makes Brody, Dillon Claims Bills First to Pass This Year

Updated: 03/05/2012 - Florida senators approved a plan that would pay $10.75 million to a man who suffered debilitating injuries in a car crash with a Broward County sheriff's deputy, likely ending a long-running legal and lobbying fight.

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