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Disagreement Injected Into Vaccine Issue

Posted: 01/26/2012 - Florida lawmakers moved forward with proposals that would allow pharmacists to administer vaccines for pneumonia and shingles --- but a key difference remains about whether physicians should prescribe the shots.

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VIDEO: PIP Fight Not Just Between Political Parties

Posted: 01/26/2012 - Judging from debate in a House subcommittee, plans to make significant changes to Florida's no-fault insurance law will face stiff headwinds as powerful, opposing interest groups flex their muscles and split the parties.

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Poll: Gingrich Moves Into Tie With Romney

Posted: 01/26/2012 - One new poll in Florida's volatile presidential primary race showed that former U.S. House Speaker Newt Gingrich has moved into a dead heat with former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney even as another suggested Gingrich's momentum has faded.

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WCSO Deputies Travel to South Dakota for Fraud Case

Posted: 01/26/2012 - The Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office sent the husband and wife team of Sgt. Ronald and Deputy Vicki Mitchell to South Dakota Sunday, Jan. 22 to bring a 40-year-old Crawfordville woman back to the county to face charges of grand theft and exploitation of the elderly.

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Aggressive Road Reconstruction in Marianna

Updated: 01/26/2012 - The city of Marianna is in its final phase of an aggressive road reconstruction project spanning several years. It first started in 2008, and when all is said and done. The city says this series of projects will have affected about a quarter of its roads.

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House Education Budget in Line With Scott

Posted: 01/25/2012 - House budget-writers are ready to go along with Gov. Scott's move to boost state spending on elementary and secondary education, making it likely that the state's contribution could swell by more than $1 billion despite the shortfall confronting lawmakers.

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Animals Victorious in Videotaping Dispute

Posted: 01/25/2012 - Animal rights activists won a victory in the state legislature today as agricultural powerhouses dropped a plan to make it a crime to videotape on farms. Activists say the legislation could have kept animal abuse secret and put human consumers at risk.

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Americans Elect Makes Florida Ballot

Posted: 01/25/2012 - Florida’s presidential primary is Tuesday, but voter upset with the outcome will get another shot. The first ever nationwide online primary will be held in April. Everyone can vote regardless of their party affiliation and the winner will end up on the ballot in Florida.

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