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Tourism Tactics

Posted: 05/14/2010 - Hotels in Florida, particularly in the Panhandle have seen advance books drop by as much as 80 percent because of the threat of oil on the beaches. The state is responding by letting potential visitors see for themselves.

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Drilling Support Waning

Updated: 05/13/2010 - The governor is poised to call a special session to ban offshore oil drilling within ten miles of Florida’s coast. Most legislators are in favor of a ban, but they’ll need 60 percent of voters to go along with the plan.

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Preparing for Takeoff

Posted: 05/12/2010 - NASA clears Atlantis for final liftoff on Friday.

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Special Session Coming Soon

Posted: 05/11/2010 - Florida lawmakers are expected to be back at the State Capitol before the month is out to send voters a chance to forever ban oil drilling in Florida waters and to enact an energy policy. The fifty thousand dollar a day Special Session is likely before end of the month.

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Estuaries in Danger

Posted: 05/06/2010 - It will be a few days before we know if BP’s attempt to cover the massive oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico is successful. But even if the 100 ton dome stops oil from gushing into the gulf there will still be more than 11 million gallons of oil in the water threatening our beaches.

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Turtle Trouble

Posted: 05/05/2010 - Government investigates shrimpers in Gulf turtle deaths.

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Oil Spill Plan Failed

Posted: 05/04/2010 - Hundreds of thousands of gallons of oil gushing from a damaged well are headed toward Florida’s beaches and there’s nothing to stop it. Just 15 miles of protective boom has been placed in the water near sensitive areas, but there’s little faith the barrier will hold. The state was never prepared for a disaster of this magnitude… an oil disaster many say will be the worst in US history.

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Immigration Raids

Posted: 04/30/2010 - 596 immigrants convicted of crimes arrested.

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Property Taxes

Posted: 04/29/2010 - Georgia OK's bill to overhaul property taxes.

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Oil Spill Changing Governor's Position

Posted: 04/27/2010 - The Louisiana oil spill has Governor Charlie Crist rethinking his position on offshore drilling. The sunken derrick is leaking an estimated thousand barrels or oil a day and some of that oil may harm Florida’s Gulf Coast.

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State Religion Aid

Posted: 04/27/2010 - Court asks Florida justices to rule on religion aid.

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Texting While Driving Crashes

Posted: 04/26/2010 - A state ban on texting while driving crashed in Tallahassee today. The Senate was poised to discuss the legislation, but House leadership quickly put the breaks on the bill. With just a week left in the legislative session, texting while driving is likely to stay off the radar until next year.

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Bush Backs Bills

Posted: 04/19/2010 - A controversial bill paving the way for state dollars to be spent on religious organization is drawing strong opposition. The bill would allow state funding for religious schools, a proposal that has been a long time goal of former Governor Jeb Bush.

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Foster Child’s Death Sparks Changes

Posted: 04/13/2010 - Almost a year after a Florida foster child hanged himself after taking psychotropic drugs state lawmakers are passing legislation to stop overmedication. An investigation found 3-thousand kids in state care were being prescribed mind-altering drugs. Some of them were as young as two years old.

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Florida School Beating

Updated: 04/08/2010 - Mother of teen beaten says daughter shows progress.

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Education Bill Debate

Posted: 04/06/2010 - Distaste is growing for the most controversial bill being debated this legislative session in Tallahassee. Some Republican lawmakers are now beginning to turn their backs on Senate Bill six, which challenges teacher tenure and restricts union participation.

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Florida Healthy Start Finished?

Posted: 04/06/2010 - A program providing prenatal care and education to expectant mothers is being cut completely in the House budget.

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Fee Reductions

Posted: 03/31/2010 - One year after state lawmakers jacked up the price you pay to fish, register your car, and buy a Florida driver’s license… They’re looking to lower the price. Most of the fees wouldn’t be reduced as much as they were originally raised, but lowering the fees would give those lawmakers seeking higher office something to hang their hats on this campaign season.

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Tea Party Protest

Posted: 03/22/2010 - Georgia tea party groups protest healthcare bill.

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Health Care Debate to Continue Through November

Posted: 03/22/2010 - The general election is more than eight months away, but look for opponents of the health care reform bill to use its passage to try and oust Democrats. Florida politicians are already looking for ways to reverse the legislation and earn votes in the process.

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