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[UPDATE] Crist and Sink Back for Drilling Ban

Updated: 02/10/2011 - The battle to ban offshore oil drilling in Florida waters is raging on two fronts. A petition drive and legislation to create a constitutional ban on drilling were both announced today, Feb. 9 at the state capitol.

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Brodes Hartley Then and Now

Updated: 02/14/2011 - Tallahassee has deep roots in the civil rights movement, and one of the men on the forefront of that movement made a trip back to Tallahassee Wednesday.

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FBI Announces Corruption Hotline

Posted: 02/09/2011 - Officials announced on Feb. 9 a major initiative designed to solicit the public’s help in identifying and targeting public corruption.

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Crist and Sink: Let's Save Our Beaches

Posted: 02/09/2011 - Charlie Crist, Alex Sink & Florida Legislators Announce Support for 2012 Amendment To Ban Oil Drilling Near Florida Shores

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Fla. Leads Nation in Advanced Placement Participation

Posted: 02/09/2011 - The Sunshine State is ranked number one in the nation, topping Maryland for the percentage of 2010 seniors taking Advanced Placement (AP) exams while in high school according to the 7th Annual AP Report to the Nation by The College Board.

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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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