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Scott school funding effort could require juggling

avoid funding cuts for public schools next year --- and would like to boost spending, if possible. ...

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Scott will push to avoid education cuts

lawmakers to avoid cutting the education budget this year, ...

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Homes sales continue run in August

Sales of single family homes in Florida rose 10.8 percent in August ...

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Congresswoman Wilson’s Statement on anniversary of Violence Against Women Act

issued the following statement on the anniversary of the Violence Against Women Act ...

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State voter purge a case of misplaced priorities

Florida is well behind its 2008 new voter registration numbers — partly due to legislatively imposed obstacles on voter registration efforts ...

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Judge weighs request to block early voting law

judge here that the law would disproportionately harm Black voters and should be blocked ...

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Battle over Amendment 8 focuses on schools history

battle over Amendment 8 is a coalition of groups that has its own perception ...

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Christians, mormonism and the vote

Christian can vote for someone who is a Mormon. ...

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Lawsuit challenges state on nursing home income

The lawsuit, filed last week in Leon County circuit court, stems from a longstanding requirement that Medicaid beneficiaries help pay for a portion of nursing-home care ...

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The politics of progress unfolds scandalous political deeds

This is being done with assurances that the money would not be squandered or mismanaged, as has happened in the past. ...

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