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FSU Holds Briefing on Supreme Court's Health Care Ruling

Updated: 07/06/2012 - Members of the FSU College of Medicine held a briefing on the Supreme Court's decision to uphold healthcare reform. They tried to help people better understand the complicated ruling and the Affordable Care Act.

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Department of Health: Remember Water Safety Post-Debby

Posted: 07/06/2012 - The Florida Department of Health (DOH) advises private well owners affected by flood waters from Tropical Storm Debby to take precautions against disease-causing organisms that may make their water unsafe to drink.

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FDLE Investigation Into Justices Over, Fight Not

Posted: 07/06/2012 - An investigation into the filing of qualifying papers for three Supreme Court justices has been closed, but the controversy about the trio's place on this fall's ballot is likely to continue.

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SCBC: Urgent Need for O Negative Blood Donations

Posted: 07/06/2012 - The supply of O negative blood type has fallen to less than a one day supply. This drop in supply is largely due to lower blood donations attributed to the holiday week; local blood donors travelling out of town and higher patient usage.

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Judge Upholds Political Committee Rules

Updated: 07/06/2012 - A libertarian legal group said that it would appeal a ruling that let stand many of the state's regulations on groups of individuals who campaign for or against ballot initiatives.

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TFD Responds to House Fire on Sweetleaf Lane

Updated: 07/06/2012 - On arrival, firefighters found the structure unoccupied, as the owner was out of town, and proceeded to quickly extinguish the fire, which started in a bathroom.

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Supreme Court Strikes Public Adjuster Provision

Posted: 07/06/2012 - A provision in a 2008 law restricting the ability of public insurance adjusters to contact homeowners immediately after a storm was struck down Thursday by a unanimous Florida Supreme Court.

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DCF Examining Group Homes After Sex Trafficking

Posted: 07/06/2012 - Florida child welfare officials are on the defensive this week after revelations that children in taxpayer-financed group homes are falling prey to sex traffickers.

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Wakulla Residents Looking to Rebuild After Debby

Updated: 07/06/2012 - Nearly two weeks ago, Tropical Storm Debby wreaked havoc in Wakulla County, washing out roadways and destroying homes. Today, the skies are clear. The water is receding. But the people of Panacea, like the Taylors, have only begun picking up the pieces of their homes and their lives.

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Homeless in the Heat

Updated: 07/05/2012 - When it's hot out, many of us can reach for a bottle of water or crank the A-C up. That's not always the case when you're living on the streets.

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Unemployment Assistance For Those Affected by Debby

Posted: 07/05/2012 - Federal Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) has been made available to the 11 Florida counties included in this week’s federal declaration for Individual Assistance to aid Floridians out of work due to Tropical Storm Debby.

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George Zimmerman Out of Jail, Needs Money

Posted: 07/10/2012 - George Zimmerman is living in a safe house in Seminole County, according to a blog by his defense attorney, Mark O'Mara of Orlando.

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