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Caution Urged as House Moves to Overhaul Medicaid

Posted: 02/09/2011 - There’s broad agreement that the state’s Medicaid system for providing health care to the poor is too expensive, often illogical, and on its way to being completely overhauled.

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Scott's Budget Looks Like a "No Sale" to Lawmakers

Posted: 02/09/2011 - Rick Scott’s $65.9 billion proposed budget drew reviews on Feb. 8 ranging from tepid to downright mean as legislative committees dominated by fellow Republicans got their first look at the new governor’s first spending proposal.

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News Senators Want New Look at Growth Management

Posted: 02/09/2011 - Setting the stage for a possible floor fight in a newly configured chamber, a Senate panel on Tuesday, Feb. 8 approved measures to protect 2009 growth management changes now tied up in court.

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Companies Say They are Owed Millions for BP Work

Posted: 02/08/2011 - Several companies hired to help BP respond to the massive oil spill claim the company or one of its subcontractors owes them millions of dollars for their work.

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Marijuana Grow House Busted in Lafayette County

Posted: 02/08/2011 - The Lafayette County Sheriff’s Office seized 199 marijuana plants, and 2,024 grams of harvested marijuana with an approximate street value of $400,000.00.

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Students Test Driving Survival Skills

Posted: 02/09/2011 - Some Lincoln High schoolers were revving engines Tuesday as they learned how to handle dangerous road conditions and tested their survival skills.

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Gun Law Debate Continues

Updated: 02/08/2011 - Legislation to stop local governments from enacting tougher restrictions on gun purchases is shooting through the legislative process

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Florida Budget Could Spark GOP Civil War

Updated: 02/09/2011 - With the release of his budget, Governor Rick Scott drew a line in the sand. Now it’s up to the Republican-led legislature to choose to stay on Scott’s side and pass his bold spending plan, or spark a GOP civil war.

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Garcia Proposes Red Light Camera Repeal

Posted: 02/08/2011 - A law passed just last year that lets local governments install red light cameras and ticket drivers based on the pictures would be repealed under a bill filed by Sen. Rene Garcia.

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Wet Noses Give the Best Eskimo Kisses

Posted: 02/08/2011 - This Valentine’s Day weekend, the Tallahassee-Leon Community Animal Service Center is encouraging citizens to think beyond traditional Valentine’s Day gifts of chocolate and roses and express their love by adopting a lifelong furry friend.

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Senate Test Drives Redistricting Software

Posted: 02/08/2011 - While lawmakers in the House have joined a lawsuit to strike down a new constitutional amendment that outlines how lawmakers must draw new congressional districts, their counterparts in the Florida Senate on Feb. 7 were practicing playing under the rules as they are now.

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Scott Unveils Budget Filled With Deep Cuts and Major Change

Posted: 02/08/2011 - Gov. Rick Scott unveiled his first budget Monday, Feb. 7 as Florida’s chief executive – a $65.9 billion blueprint that cuts $4.6 billion in state spending, trims 8,681 jobs across state agencies, and sets the state on course for even more reductions next year. VIDEO

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Scott Austerity Gets Warm Tea Party Response

Posted: 02/08/2011 - The first proposed spending plan put forth by the Tea Party movement’s chosen son in Florida, Gov. Rick Scott, was a perfect occasion for an old-fashioned campaign style rally.

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Someone Else Driving? You Could End Up With Ticket

Updated: 02/08/2011 - Red light cameras have popped up all around our area, but did you know you can still get a ticket for running a red light, even if you weren't the one behind the wheel? Eyewitness news reporter Jennifer Milton has the story.

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