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FPL pitches rate settlement

Thursday, August 15, 2012......... Just days before the start of a possibly contentious hearing before state regulators, Florida Power & Light said Wednesday it will seek approval of a settlement agreement that would increase customers' base electric rates next year by $548 million. ...

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State Capitol Briefs

State Capitol Briefs ...

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Florida A&M University announces enhanced fall football experience

fall football season quickly approaching, Florida A&M University (FAMU) announces an enhanced football experience and halftime entertainment for fans of FAMU football ...

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Representative Joe Gibbons receives ‘Legislator of the Year’ Award from Broward County Council of Professional Firefighters

State Representative Joseph “Joe” Gibbons (D-Hallandale) is honored to have received the “Legislator of the Year” ...

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Florida opportunity to end the misuse of the FCAT

State Board of Education will use the appointment of a new state education commissioner to begin work — in bipartisan fashion and with key stakeholders in public education — to end the misuse of the FCAT. ...

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Governor Scott and Florida prepare for the Republican Convention

Republican National Convention will be held at the Convention Center in Tampa ...

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HD 7: Race focuses onprisons, state workers

Florida is in some ways serving as an outlet for the area’s frustration over its diminishing influence and the GOP’s continuing interest in privatizing prisons. ...

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The Crockett Foundation partners with the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. to host its fourth annual Back to School Health Festival

The Crockett Foundation founded by retired NFL players Henri and Zack Crockett partnered with the Zeta Rho Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. (Fort Lauderdale) to host its fourth annual Community Health Festival ...

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Doah Judge hears arguments on elections law

Opponents of the state’s controversial elections law tangled with the Secretary of State’s office ...

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B-CU Interim President Jackson preparing campus for Fall Semester

In approximately three months at the helm, Bethune-Cookman University (B-CU) Interim President Edison O. Jackson has made significant progress in what he calls the university’s “relentless pursuit of excellence.” ...

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