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Senate Test Drives Redistricting Software

Posted: 02/08/2011 - While lawmakers in the House have joined a lawsuit to strike down a new constitutional amendment that outlines how lawmakers must draw new congressional districts, their counterparts in the Florida Senate on Feb. 7 were practicing playing under the rules as they are now.

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Scott Unveils Budget Filled With Deep Cuts and Major Change

Posted: 02/08/2011 - Gov. Rick Scott unveiled his first budget Monday, Feb. 7 as Florida’s chief executive – a $65.9 billion blueprint that cuts $4.6 billion in state spending, trims 8,681 jobs across state agencies, and sets the state on course for even more reductions next year. VIDEO

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Scott Austerity Gets Warm Tea Party Response

Posted: 02/08/2011 - The first proposed spending plan put forth by the Tea Party movement’s chosen son in Florida, Gov. Rick Scott, was a perfect occasion for an old-fashioned campaign style rally.

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Someone Else Driving? You Could End Up With Ticket

Updated: 02/08/2011 - Red light cameras have popped up all around our area, but did you know you can still get a ticket for running a red light, even if you weren't the one behind the wheel? Eyewitness news reporter Jennifer Milton has the story.

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Scott's New Budget Causing Concern

Updated: 02/08/2011 - Florida Governor Rick Scott's long anticipated spending plan is being met with skepticism tonight. Scott's budget lowers spending by nearly five billion dollars and eliminates more than 8600 jobs.

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Thrasher Would Curb Use of Union Dues for Politics

Posted: 02/07/2011 - A leading Senate Republican has filed a bill that could strip unions of some of their political strength, barring payroll deduction for union dues and prohibiting dues from being used for political activity without written consent.

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Unattended Death in Sopchoppy

Posted: 02/07/2011 - kulla County Sheriff’s Office detectives are investigating an unattended death involving a 66-year-old Sopchoppy woman who was discovered by a family member in a pond on her property Monday, Feb. 7, according to Sheriff David Harvey.

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Temporary Cold Night Shelter Open This Evening Through Friday

Posted: 02/07/2011 - With low temperatures forecasted to once again drop below 35 degrees for three or more hours tonight, Monday, Feb. 7, and the evenings of Tuesday, Feb. 8, Wednesday, Feb. 9, Thursday, Feb. 10, and Friday, Feb. 11, the cold night shelter will be open.

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Gov. Scott Unveils First Budget Plan

Updated: 02/07/2011 - Governor Rick Scott unveiled his first budget today (2-7) in Eustis, slashing 5 billion in state spending, cutting taxes and laying off more than 8 thousand state employees. But he is yet to sell lawmakers on all the details of the sweeping changes.

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Fla. Killer Wins Reversal of Lawsuit Verdict

Posted: 02/07/2011 - An appeal court has reversed part of a $1.1 million civil verdict against a man who killed his mother and then dismembered and burned her corpse before scattering it on the family farm near Live Oak.

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Fla. House Would Toughen Unemployment Rules

Posted: 02/07/2011 - The time frame for collecting unemployment benefits would be shortened under legislation put forth in the state House, trying to address a yawning state budget deficit and a growing federal IOU.

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Temporary Cold Shelters To Open Tonight

Updated: 02/05/2011 - Temperatures are expected to drop to frigid lows and a warm place is being prepared for those often left outside to face the cold.

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