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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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No Restraints on Near-Term Pregnant Inmates

Posted: 01/11/2012 - The Senate passed a measure, SB 524, that prohibits the use of restraints for incarcerated women during labor, delivery and after unless there is significant chance of flight or other safety concerns.

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LCSO: Deputies Arrest Man for Stealing Scrap Metal

Posted: 01/11/2012 - On January 3, 2012, the Leon County Sheriff’s Office responded to 1351 Aenon Church Road, Leon Iron & Metal, after William Grimes discovered a large amount of scrap metal had been stolen from his property in the 4700 block of Capital Circle.

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Occupy Group Can't Occupy Senate Gallery

Posted: 01/11/2012 - Citing noise and chanting earlier in the day, the Senate Sergeant at Arms denied Senate viewing gallery access to a group loosely defined as Occupy Tallahassee.

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Senate Panel Takes Last Look at FL Redistricting

Posted: 01/11/2012 - The Senate Reapportionment Committee is taking a final look at proposed redistricting maps before they go to a floor vote in the Republican-controlled chamber.

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Ministry in Jackson County Facing Financial Troubles

Posted: 01/10/2012 - The future is not clear for a near decade-old ministry in Jackson County that helps recovering drug and alcohol addicts. Financial troubles have forced it to scale back its business. Christ-town ministries has been around since 2002 and has helped dozens of addicts and their families, but a lack of money has made that job in recent months much more difficult.

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Protesters Converge on Capitol

Updated: 01/10/2012 - Protesters are promising to keep a watchful eye on the state capital this legislative session. Dozens of Tea Party, Occupy and Awake the State protesters traveled from all over Florida to Tallahassee today to voice their displeasure with lawmakers. No political party is safe from their scrutiny.

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Ravens WR Boldin Wins Case Against Ex-agent

Posted: 01/10/2012 - Baltimore Ravens and former FSU wide receiver Anquan Boldin has won a judgment of more than $280,000 in a lawsuit filed in Florida against his former agent.

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State of the State with Gov. Rick Scott

Posted: 01/10/2012 - Republican Gov. Rick Scott is highlighting familiar themes with a new attitude in his second State of the State address.

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[UPDATE] Scott: Let’s Get to Work…Together

Updated: 01/10/2012 - Florida's governor says he wants to pump more money into education and keep his pro-business agenda. He challenged lawmakers to support him today as they opened the 2012 session.

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Voucher Bill Passes First Stop

Posted: 01/10/2012 - A bill that would allow an additional 6,500 students to use a state-backed voucher program passed the Senate PreK-12 Education Committee on a party-line vote, the latest step in a long-running battle over the pace of the program's expansion.

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Citizens' Wallace to Step Down in April

Posted: 01/10/2012 - Scott Wallace will step down this spring as CEO of Citizens Property Insurance Corp. the state-backed company that is now the largest property insurer in the state.

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Squeal on Teens Who Get Tickets, But Telling Boss Too Much

Posted: 01/10/2012 - Lawmakers want state officials to be able to send you a note to let you know if your kids get a speeding ticket. But if you get a caught going too fast, they don't really want the state telling your boss.

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Poll Shows Most Floridians OK With Gambling

Updated: 01/10/2012 - A new poll shows Florida voters approve of bringing Las Vegas style casinos to the state by a small margin and nearly three-fourths say gambling is not morally wrong.

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