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[UPDATE] Scott, Bondi Going After Docs, Pill Mills

Updated: 03/29/2011 - As lawmakers remain divided about how to fight pill mills, Gov. Rick Scott on March 29 announced a statewide law-enforcement effort to stop what he described as the "Oxycontin express.''

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Docs, Gun Groups Compromise on Gun Ownership Questions

Posted: 03/28/2011 - Doctors would still be able to ask patients questions about whether they have guns in many cases under a measure approved by a Senate committee on Monday, a result of a compromise between gun rights groups and the medical establishment.

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Alcohol Detection Devices

Posted: 03/28/2011 - Your new car may not only be able to tell you where to go, but it may also be able to tell you if you've had too much to drink.

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Mandatory Summer School?

Updated: 03/28/2011 - Representative Larry Metz proposed a bill in the House that will require college students to take summer school classes, when they can usually opt-out.

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School Lunch Food Fight

Updated: 03/28/2011 - The Senate Agriculture Committee passed Senate Bill 1312. A bill that transfers the responsibilities for the state's nutritional program from a federal program to the state's Department of Agriculture.

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Okaloosa Darter On the Road to Recovery

Posted: 03/28/2011 - The U.S. FWS is reclassifying the Okaloosa darter from the status of endangered to threatened under the Endangered Species Act, saying that the population is being managed so well, the small fish is making major strides in its fight for recovery.

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Education in the Legislature: Charter Schools Are Next

Posted: 03/28/2011 - With teacher merit pay reforms out of the way, the Florida Legislature has turned toward charter school expansion, considering two bills this week that would make it easier for highly-rated charter schools to expand enrollment, add grade levels and grant preferential admittance.

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Homerun Worthy Event in Tallahassee on April 2

Posted: 03/28/2011 - The City of Tallahassee’s Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Affairs Department will host a morning filled with exciting sports challenges and events to celebrate the start of the 2011 youth softball and baseball seasons.

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Woman in FL Burger King Brawl Charged With Felony

Updated: 03/29/2011 - A bikini-clad woman who is accused of starting a brawl at a Burger King in Panama City Beach is now facing a felony charge over an incident that was captured on video.

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Pit Bulls on Parade Fun Show

Updated: 03/28/2011 - A star NFL player spends the day (3/26) encouraging responsible dog ownership, all for a good cause.

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Runners Raise Money for Autism

Updated: 03/27/2011 - Nearly 200 people in Tallahassee laced up their running shoes and raced toward the finish line to help support a good cause.

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JCSO Arrests Man for Child Abuse

Posted: 03/25/2011 - Jackson County Sheriff's Office arrests Brian Hall for lewd and lascivious molestation and child abuse.

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House Passes Union-Busting Legislation

Updated: 03/25/2011 - The Florida House has passed legislation prohibiting governments from deducting union dues from public employees. The legislation passed along party lines, with, Democrats saying the legislation was political payback for union support of Democrats.

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Unemployment Rate Drops to 11.4 Percent

Posted: 03/25/2011 - The state unemployment rate has fallen .4 percentage points from a month ago at 11.9 percent to 11.5. But there are still more than a million people looking for work. Even as the economy improves, the rate is likely to stay high as people who previously stopped looking for jobs reenter the workforce.

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