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In November, Voters May Have Another Chance to Cut Property Taxes

Posted: 04/05/2008 - Florida's Taxation and Budget Reform Commission is debating whether a so-called 'Taxpayer's Bill of Rights' ought to be on the ballot. If it passes, tax rates couldn't be hiked any faster than population growth or the price of goods.

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Commission Postpones Vote on Tax Cap Plan

Posted: 04/04/2008 - Friday Florida's Taxation and Budget Reform Commission tabled the spending cap plan dubbed the Taxpayer Bill of Rights until April 14. While the name sounds good, many say the plan relies on a good name to sell a dangerous idea.

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Work Zone Safety Week

Posted: 04/04/2008 - Work Zone Safety Week is recognized in front of the Florida Capitol.

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Lawmakers Reach Budget Deal on Session's Final Day

Posted: 04/04/2008 - Georgia lawmakers reached a deal on a $21.2 billion budget that boosts salaries for state employees and funnels money into schools on the chaotic final day of the legislative session.

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Tornado Watch for Georgia Cancelled

Updated: 04/04/2008 - Severe storms are leaving behind damage across Mississippi, Alabama, and Georgia, and they're headed our way for Saturday.

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Local Residents Remember King's Assassination

Updated: 04/04/2008 - Forty years ago Friday, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was shot and killed in Memphis, Tennessee. Local community members say it was a sad day, but his death was not in vain.

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Severe Weather Blasts Eastern States

Updated: 04/04/2008 - Strong thunderstorms toppled trees, knocked out power and damaged homes Friday in Alabama and Mississippi, while flooding in Kentucky forced evacuations and left a 2-year-old girl dead.

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City Considers Dog Waste Ordinance

Updated: 04/04/2008 - The city of Tallahassee is facing a stinky situation: whether or not to pass an ordinance that would make leaving your dog's waste on the ground illegal.

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Seminole Tribe High School Students Visit FSU

Updated: 04/04/2008 - Students from Seminole Tribes in Florida and Oklahoma were guests on FSU's campus Friday. It's part of a university-wide effort to strengthen ties with the tribe it has identified itself with for nearly six decades.

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Man Threatens to Carry Out Massacre

Updated: 04/04/2008 - Man with weapons cache charged with threatening massacre. Brother: Man didn't intend to carry out Va. Tech-style killings.

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