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Lane Closure: North Gadsden Street

Posted: 01/14/2011 - The City of Tallahassee is cleaning the sewer main on 1/18/11 on N Gadsden Street. The north bound land will be close between W Tennessee to 7th Ave

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LCSO: Detectives Arrest Man for Animal Cruelty Again

Updated: 01/14/2011 - Detectives located strength training equipment and “bait poles” used to promote aggressiveness along with “bite sticks” intended to train the animals for fighting belonging to Leslie Meyers.

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House Finance and Taxation Committee Gets Marching Orders

Posted: 01/14/2011 - Property tax breaks, unemployment compensation, corporate incentives and a revenue cap proposal favored by the Senate president will be among a handful of high priority items to be addressed by the Florida House Finance and Taxation Committee this session.

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Gov. Rick Scott Approves Some Transportation Projects

Posted: 01/13/2011 - In one of his first actions as governor, Rick Scott signed an executive order putting a three-month freeze on all new state contracts. In the process, he halted more than 400-million dollars in transportation projects, and now, as Troy Kinsey explains, Scott's taking heat from Democrats.

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Bondi Tells Court to Dismiss Amendment 6 Case

Posted: 01/13/2011 - Republican Attorney General Pam Bondi has asked a federal court to dismiss a case filed by two members of Congress that attempts to strike down a recently passed amendment to the Florida Constitution changing the way congressional districts are drawn.

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Judge Refuses to Order Action on Drilling Permits

Updated: 01/14/2011 - A federal judge has refused to order government regulators to speed up the processing of deepwater drilling permit applications now that they have lifted the drilling ban imposed in the wake of the massive Gulf oil spill.

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Bullet Train on Track

Posted: 01/13/2011 - Plans to build a high speed rail system to connect Tampa to Orlando are speeding ahead. Governor Rick Scott is courting foreign companies to pick up the funding obligation assigned to the state. As Whitney Ray tells us, if the state can’t come up with the 280 million dollars by the end of September, Florida could lose 2.4 billion federal dollars for rail

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