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Florida State's Wind Tunnel

Posted: 03/01/2012 - Rocket scientists may soon be jetting over to the capitol city, all because of Florida State's newest state-of-the-art facility.

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Temporary Closure of Suwannee Street

Posted: 03/01/2012 - Blueprint 2000 announces the closure of Suwannee Street between Gaines Street and Lafayette Street to all traffic on Saturday, March 4, from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., weather permitting. The closure is needed to install underground utilities.

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[UPDATE] Tennessee St. Bike-Bus Lane Project

Posted: 03/08/2012 - The ongoing West Tennessee Street project was the center of a special meeting called by city commissioners this afternoon. At issue was a comment made by the Secretary of the Florida Department of Transportation saying he would deny the project.

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Nat. Association of Fat Acceptance Blasts New Disney Exhibit

Posted: 03/01/2012 - Walt Disney World says it is retooling an Epcot exhibit targeting childhood obesity after critics complained that it stigmatized fat kids. The National Association of Fat Acceptance accused Disney and Blue Cross of using "the tool of shame" to communicate with children.

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Busy School Day for Lawmakers, Students

Posted: 03/01/2012 - Local colleges and universities may be days away from Spring Break, but Capital City students and educators will be busy.

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FSU Law Professor Appointed to Florida Historical Commission

Posted: 03/01/2012 - Florida State University College of Law Professor Adam J. Hirsch has been appointed to the Florida Historical Commission by Florida Governor Rick Scott. Hirsch’s term began February 16, 2012, and ends December 31, 2014.

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FSU Students Plan Different Spring Break

Updated: 03/01/2012 - More than 20 students and staff will travel to less fortunate areas including the Texas-Mexican border and the country of Panama.

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Senate PIP Bill Heading to Floor for Debate

Posted: 02/29/2012 - A Senate bill aimed at cracking down on the rampant Personal Injury Protection fraud that costs Florida drivers more than $1 billion annually is out of committee and heading for floor debate.

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Senate Again Delays Bill on Downsizing Citizens

Posted: 02/29/2012 - A bill that would allow high-priced, out-of-state companies often called surplus lines to remove homeowners' insurance policies from Florida's state-backed insurer faces an uncertain future with time running out in the 2012 session.

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