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One-on-One with Rick Scott

Updated: 03/11/2011 - Governor Rick Scott has only held office for only 65 days and already he’s managed to sell the state planes, win a Supreme Court case and upset many members of the state legislature. Our capitol correspondent Whitney Ray spoke exclusively with the rookie governor and has more from our Tallahassee bureau.

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Three in Commercial Burglary Ring Sentenced to Federal Prison

Posted: 03/10/2011 - Jorge Alberto Ortega Calderon, Rene Ortega Calderon, and Francisco Javier Guillin-Bonilla, have been sentenced to federal prison for conspiring to transport more than a half million dollars in property stolen during a series of commercial burglaries

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Senate Bill Eyes Rules for Pain Docs

Posted: 03/10/2011 - Florida's confusing pill-mill politics got even more convoluted Wednesday, March 9, as a Senate committee moved toward approving new rules for doctors who practice in pain-management clinics.

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Fla. Lawmakers Furious Over Performance of Child Welfare System

Posted: 03/10/2011 - New Department of Children and Families Secretary David Wilkins introduced himself to the Senate committee that oversees his agency Wednesday, and found lawmakers furious about the recent performance of the state’s child welfare system.

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[UPDATE] Florida Senate Vote on Teacher Bill

Updated: 03/11/2011 - A new version of a teacher merit pay and tenure bill that was vetoed last year after statewide protests is on a fast track to passage in 2011.

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Fairview Student Zenani Johnson Recognized for Volunteer Service

Posted: 03/09/2011 - Zenani Johnson, 13, of Tallahassee, Florida has been honored for her exemplary volunteer service with a Gold Level Presidential Volunteer Service Award for contributing more than 200 hours of community service to organizations within her community.

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Motorcycle Crash Bill

Updated: 03/09/2011 - Motorcyclists could get some extra protection, if a bill passed by a Florida senate committee today (3-9) ultimately becomes law.

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[UPDATE] Florida's Unemployed Rally at the Capitol

Updated: 03/10/2011 - The House is set to vote Thursday on a dramatic reduction in the amount of benefits the state would provide to the unemployed, part of an effort to help businesses reduce how much they pay into the system and maybe put some of those people back to work.

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Unemployed Lobby Lawmakers to Stop Changes

Updated: 03/09/2011 - Legislation that would reduce the number of weeks an unemployed Floridian could receive benefits is ready for a final vote in the State House. The bill was debated today in Tallahassee but before the debate could get started, as Whitney Ray tells us, lawmakers had to walk past dozens of angry jobseekers.

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