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Lawmaker: Let People Buy Ethanol-Free Gas

Posted: 11/03/2011 - Florida senators moved toward eliminating a 2008 law that requires gasoline to include ethanol, amid concerns that the biofuel causes problems in boats, lawn mowers and old cars.

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Check Cashing Scheme Hurts Workers' Comp Rates

Posted: 11/03/2011 - Bogus policies, little centralized oversight and an increasingly elaborate network of fraud is permeating the workers' compensation insurance market and sapping millions in state revenue.

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EPA Gives Nod to Draft Water Quality Standards

Posted: 11/03/2011 - Bolstered by a letter of confidence from Washington, Florida's top environmental regulator said his agency would proceed with its proposed plan to set specific pollution levels for the state's inland and coastal waters.

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Cannon Won't Push Major New Court Reforms

Posted: 11/03/2011 - House Speaker Dean Cannon said he won't push in the coming legislative session for the major changes to the judiciary that he pursued last year when he sought to ask voters to split the state Supreme Court and increase its size.

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Leon County Issues Simulated Gambling Facility Permits

Posted: 11/03/2011 - Prior to the adoption of the ordinance, Leon County identified 33 locations operating simulated gambling devices. In order to comply with the ordinance, all currently operating simulated gambling facilities were required to submit an application by Aug. 15, 2011.

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Gayle Enters No Contest Plea in Fraud Scheme Case

Updated: 11/03/2011 - Imanuel Gayle withdrew his guilty plea and entered a no contest plea this morning, November 3rd. The 19-year-old faced several charges related to fraudulent use of credit cards.

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Solantic Expanding to Tennessee, Gov. Scott "Disappointed"

Posted: 11/03/2011 - The urgent-care clinic chain co-founded by Gov. Rick Scott is expanding in the Southeast and opening a headquarters in Nashville, though it's not clear how many employees it may move out of its current Jacksonville main office.

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Legislative Session Preview

Updated: 11/03/2011 - It only happens once every decade. State lawmakers are holding their annual legislative session two months early next year. It's designed to give them time to re-draw Florida's political map before campaign season begins.

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The Consequences of Drunk Driving

Posted: 11/02/2011 - One FSU student is dead, and some people are angered to to hear that the driver of the car that hit their responsible friend's car had a blood alcohol level three times the legal limit.

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A Day in The Life of Rick Scott

Posted: 11/02/2011 - One year ago today, Governor Rick Scott eked out a victory in one of the closest statewide races in Florida history. His first year has been plagued with questions about his leadership style and some of his decisions. Mike Vasilinda was given unprecedented access to the Governor and tells us rick Scott seems to have found his sea legs.

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Children on Diets?: Healthy Eating

Updated: 11/14/2011 - Approximately 45 million Americans diet each year, but more and more children are joining in that crowd, begging the question: How young is too young to diet?

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FSU to Host 2011 'PeaceJam Slam'

Posted: 11/02/2011 - PeaceJam Southeast will kick off the new PeaceJam year on Saturday, Nov. 5, at Florida State University when 150 high school students from Leon County and across Florida and Georgia join 50 FSU students in a day of activities, communication and skill building.

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