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Gov. Scott Goes Fishing in Florida Keys, Promotes Tourism

Posted: 08/11/2011 - Gov. Rick Scott went fishing in the Florida Keys to promote tourism. Scott and Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Chairwoman Kathy Barko cast lines for tarpon in the calm waters off Key West.

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TPD: Alcohol Enforcement Operation Nets 9 Arrests

Updated: 08/11/2011 - A total of 31 establishments were visited and unfortunately of those 31 visited, 9 made sales to an underage person and the person who served the alcohol was arrested.

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Florida Ranks 4th in Latest Measures of Food Hardship

Posted: 08/11/2011 - The number of Florida families struggling to put food on the table is growing at an alarming rate, according to a new analysis of food hardship data released today by the Food Research and Action Center.

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FAMU Student Journalists Invited to White House

Posted: 08/11/2011 - Ten students from the Florida A&M University School of Journalism and Graphic Communication will depart from Tallahassee on Friday, Aug. 26, for a four-day trip to the White House to meet the nation’s highest level of press officials.

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[UPDATE] PSC Begins Hearing on FPL Nuke Costs

Posted: 08/11/2011 - Florida Power & Light began trying to convince state regulators that it should collect $196 million from customers next year to upgrade and build nuclear power plants.

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Bill Aims to Close Revolving Door Between AG, Probed Companies

Posted: 08/11/2011 - A trio of Democratic state lawmakers say they'll file legislation to prevent lawyers who leave the attorney general's office or certain other agencies from going to work for a company that had been under investigation while they were there.

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Group Plans Lawsuit Over Textbook Adoption Changes

Posted: 08/11/2011 - A Boca Raton group that believes some Florida textbooks are slanted to favor Islamic beliefs plans to file a lawsuit against the state of Florida and Gov. Rick Scott for approving a new law that changes the state's textbook adoption process.

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Titanic to Hit Brogan Museum

Updated: 08/10/2011 - Museum to create exhibit commemorating 100 years since Titanic's maiden voyage.

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The Economic Downgrade's Impact on Florida

Posted: 08/10/2011 - Florida’s credit rating is holding strong despite S&Ps downgrading of the federal government. Florida has kept its AAA credit rating despite the trouble in Washington. But the state’s investments haven’t fared as well. The state pension has lost eight billion dollars of its value since the first of the month, but administrators say they’re not worried.

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AIF Announces Bishop Resignation

Updated: 08/10/2011 - Bishop to serve in current role for remainder of year, will continue working for AIF as consultant in 2012

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