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Cabinet Gets Update on Florida's Space Industry

Posted: 10/18/2011 - Florida Agriculture Secretary Adam Putnam warned that Florida needs to show its commitment to the Kennedy Space Center or other states with spaceports will try to steal business away.

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Debit Card Bill Would Prohibit Fees

Posted: 10/18/2011 - Banks would be prohibited from charging customers monthly fees for debit card use under a measure filed in the state Legislature. The proposal would also prevent consumers from being charged for not using their cards.

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Florida Early Voting Bill

Updated: 10/18/2011 - Here in Florida, election day is no longer the only day you can cast a ballot. Now, there's early voting. In 2008, the polls were open a full two weeks before election day. Now, there's a new bill that would restore the old early voting timeframe.

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Gun Totin' Lobbyists

Updated: 10/18/2011 - More than seven hundred thousand holders of concealed weapons permits are now free to carry weapons into the state Capitol. Prior to October 1st, police asked for the weapons, but new legislation prohibits them from asking.

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Washington State and Florida Honored for America's Best Transportation

Posted: 10/17/2011 - A panel of transportation experts also weighed in on its favorite project in America, selecting the Florida Department of Transportation as the Grand Prize winner for its Interstate 10/Interstate 95 interchange rebuild known as "The Big I" project.

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Firing Squads to Call Florida Home?

Posted: 10/17/2011 - Firing squads would be the official execution method of the State of Florida if one lawmaker gets his way.

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Red Light Camera Repeal, Yellow Light Legislation

Updated: 10/18/2011 - Efforts are once again underway in Tallahassee to ban red light cameras. No bill has been filed yet, but state lawmakers who oppose the ticket issuing devices say a ban is in the works. There’s also legislation to set stricter standards on the length of yellow lights.

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Child Advocates Angry Over Candy-flavored Tobacco

Updated: 10/17/2011 - Big tobacco seems to be targeting a younger crowd with a sweet incentive. Candy flavored tobacco products have taken over shelves and children's advocates don't like it one bit.

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